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  • proper n. Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, the German sports car manufacturer founded in 1931 and based in Stuttgart.
  • n. A car of this brand, reputably high performance and expensive.


From German Porsche, the surname of the founder, Ferdinand Porsche. (Wiktionary)


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  • Porsche is known for its sleek and speedy cars, but beginning next month, the company will also be known for selling hybrids.

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  • However, the real coup for Porsche is that if it can sell a limited number of 918s, this hybrid system and its attendant engineering advances will have already been paid for, to some extent at least, by the handful of super-rich who effectively bankrolled the concept car's production.

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  • In December, Volkswagen paid € 3.9 billion ($5.46 billion) for a 49.9% stake in Porsche's sports car unit as a first step toward a merger, which initially was due to be finalized in 2011.

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