May 17, 2013

100,000th Porsche Panamera leaves the Leipzig Plant

The Porsche plant in Leipzig, Germany, is producing the 100,000th Panamera. Back in 2009, the decision to produce this new Porsche model series and manufacture the first customer vehicle started a success story.

"In over 120 countries, Panamera customers
drive a Porsche that is 'Made in Leipzig' and sport this quality seal around the globe. The team and I are very proud of this," said Siegfried Bulow, Chairman of the Board of Porsche Leipzig GmbH. Developed in the Swabian city of Weissach and manufactured in the Saxon metropolis of Leipzig, the Panamera also illustrates successful cooperation between business sites within the Porsche company. The value that is placed in this team accomplishment is being expressed today as the 100,000th Panamera festively drives off the assembly line and through a paper wall that was signed by employees beforehand.


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