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In the context of a multilevel selection process a total of 17 potential locations in Germany were evaluated. "Made in Germany" was considered a competitive advantage upon the broad world market, in September 1999, it was finally decided upon that Leipzig would become the new production center for Porsche.

March 2019

Fifth facility expansion for Macan production 2nd generation

July 2018

Update of the first generation Macan

April 2017

Porsche opens new Training Centre

August 2016

4,000 employees in Leipzig

June 2016

Start of Production (SOP) new generation of the Panamera

March 2016

1,000,000th Porsche from Leipzig

June 2015

100,000th Macan from Leipzig

March 2015

Opening of the new Porsche dynamic circuit

February 2015

Topping out ceremony for the Panamera body shop

November 2014

600,000th Cayenne leaves the factory

June 2014

Best production site in Europe

March 2014

Decision to produce the Panamera completely in Leipzig.

February 2014

Official opening of the new Macan plant

December 2013

Start of production (SOP) of the Macan

November 2013

World premiere of the Macan - concurrently in Los Angeles and Tokyo

May 2013

100,000th Panamera leaves the factory

November 2012

Topping out ceremony for the paint shop

October 2011

Third facility expansion for Macan production

March 2011

Decision passed on plant expansion - Project "Macan" in Leipzig

May 2010

Production of the new Cayenne (E2) begins

April 2009

Start of Production (SOP) of the Panamera

June 2005

Building of the 100,000th Cayenne

November 2004

Expansion of production

March 2004

Building of the 50,000th Cayenne

August 2003 to May 2006

Production of the Carrera GT (1,270 vehicles)

December 2002

First Cayenne factory collection in Leipzig

August 2002

Completion of all construction works and official opening party of Porsche Leipzig

July 2002

Decision for the production of the Carrera GT in Leipzig

March 2002

Construction of the off-road track for safe driving trainings begins

January 2002

Porsche publishes the decision to produce the high-speed Carerra GT

October 2001

Topping out ceremony for the Customer Center

April 2001

Construction of the Customer Center and the Test Tracks begins

September 2000

Topping out ceremony for the production hall

June 2000

Third series is given the name Porsche Cayenne

February 2000

First spate cut and hiring of the first employee of Porsche Leipzig

September 1999

Leipzig announced as production base

June 1998

Porsche announces its decision to make a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV)