Porsche is one of the all-time great car marques. The German company has been producing world-leading cars since 1948, none more long-lived and respected than the legendary 911 model. Learn more about Porsche below.

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Porsche 2010 Panamera 4S HK$ 238,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2012 Boxster S HK$ 420,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2012 Cayman R HK$ 580,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2017 Boxster S HK$ 768,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2001 Boxster S HK$ 85,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2018 Cayenne S HK$ 1,080,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2010 Boxster Spyder HK$ 720,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2014 Macan HK$ 368,000.00 HK Car Trader
Porsche 2007 Cayenne HK$ 80,000.00 HK Car Trader
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Iconic Porsche Hong Kong Models that You Need to Know

Porsche is still at the leading edge performance and technology, with supercars like the 918 Spyder and the GT3 RS continuing their proud tradition of innovation, and luxury vehicles like the Panamera and Cayenne satisfying the needs of those who prefer sophistication with their acceleration.

718 Cayman

The 718 Cayman is Porsche’s entry-level sports car. It’s a two-door, two-seat, mid-engined coupe. With its exquisite balance and handling, it’s recognized as one of the best driver’s cars on the market; like the BMW’s M3, it’s the sort of gold standard other automakers aspire to beat.

911 Carrera

The 911 is Porsche’s legendary sports car. It’s a two-door, two-plus-two seat, rear-engine performance vehicle. The Carrera is the base model 911. It comes as both a coupe and a convertible, known as a Cabriolet.


The Panamera is Porsche’s front-engined, four-door luxury sedan. There are three Panamera body styles: a standard fastback sedan; the Executive, which has an extra-long wheelbase for more legroom; and the Sport Turismo, which is basically a station wagon.


The Macan is Porsche’s entry-level compact crossover SUV. It’s Porsche’s cheapest and best-selling model by far. Porsche plans for the next generation Macan to go fully electric.


The Cayenne is Porsche’s midsize luxury SUV. Notably, the Cayenne uses an eight-speed Tiptronic automatic transmission instead of the Porsche PDK. The Cayenne may be the Porsche vehicle that shows the carmaker’s integrated, parts-sharing relationship with the broader VW Group better than any of the rest.

Porsche Hong Kong Price List

If you’re interested in getting a luxury sports car, check out the range of models and official prices (https://www.porsche.com/pap/_hong-kong_/) below:

Porsche Model

Price (HKD)

718 Cayman

718 Cayman S



718 Boxter

718 Boxter S



718 Cayman GT4


718 Spyder


911 Carrera (New)

911 Carrera Cabriolet (New)



911 Speedster


911 GT3 RS



Panamera 4

Panamera 4S

Panamera 4S Sport Turismo

Panamera 4S Executive







Macan S




Cayenne E-Hybrid



Cayenne Coupé


Where is the Porsche Centre in Hong Kong?

You can find the Porsche Centre at AXA Centre, G/F, Capital Centre, Gloucester Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Call them at +852 2926 2911 to find out more about the range of cars they have, and you can also request for test drives.

What is the cheapest Porsche?

The Macan compact SUV is the least expensive way to get into a Porsche. Despite its status as the entry-level Porsche, the Macan has the road manners befitting the badge adorning its hood. Prices start in the low-HK$698,000 range.

How is Porsche pronounced?

In the proper pronunciation, “Porsche” is actually a two-syllable word. So it’s really pronounced like “Por-shuh.”

Is Porsche German or Italian?

Porsche is a German automobile manufacturer specializing in high-performance sports cars, SUVs and sedans. The headquarters of Porsche AG is in Stuttgart, and the company is owned by Volkswagen AG, a controlling state of which is owned by Porsche Automobil Holding SE.

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