2022 Porsche Lineup
Gone are the days when Porsche was considered a niche manufacturer of 911 sportscars for a few of the rich folk in the world. In 1998 Porsche produced 43,982 cars and that was split pretty evenly between the Boxster/Cayman and the 911. In 2021, Porsche produced a staggering 301,915 cars and SUVs across six model families. While Porsche sold 38,000+ 911s and another 20,502 Boxster/Caymans, it is Porsche's SUVs and sedans that made up the lionshare of total sales. The Cayenne SUV sold 83,071 units in 2021 globally, while the award winning Macan sold another 88,362 units. Add another 30,000 Panameras and 42,000 Taycans and you can see that Porsche is a bit player in the automotive space. In 2022, there is literally a Porsche for every buyer and that is what makes Porsche special today and why we love the current lineup. The 2022 models in Porsche's luxury sports cars like the 911, 718 Boxster, and 718 Cayman, while SUV models include the Macan, Cayenne, Cayenne Coupe, and Cayenne E-Hybrid. Porsche also has the practical family hauler in the form of the Panamera and the insanely fast electric Taycan.