Porsche is in the minds of many the ultimate sports car brand.
Its cars — especially its legendary 911 — blend high performance with quality construction and even a solid reputation for dependability.
But the brand that made its name with small nimble two-door sports cars ruffled feathers in the automotive world when it tried its hand at a four-door sport utility vehicle, the Cayenne.
Now SUVs make up a huge chunk of Porsche’s sales. Fans say they are among the best-performing SUVs available, and they retain that essential Porsche DNA.
The brand is now entering the race toward electrification. Its Taycan is already selling about as well as the 911. But this time the innovator is playing…