Porsche Boxter built in Valmet

Porsche Boxter built in Valmet

Porsche Boxter built-in Valmet

In 1998, Porsche recognized when they wanted money Boxsters,

they have to produce more cars. To do this, they contracted with

a plant in Finland known as Valmet since the plant in Zuffenhausen

couldn’t handle the elevated production.

The first plan was for Boxster to become created in Finland for just two

years. Everyone believed that with that time the demand in Zuffenhausen

would decrease to ensure that plant could handle all production. However the

Boxster demand remains high, and thus will the one for 996, so

against all expectations the guarana plant will stay busy for that foreseeable

future. Zuffenhausen can assemble 30,000 cars each year, therefore the only

way the Boxster could be moved entirely to Finland is that if Porsche could

sell the greater a part of that lots of 996s. For the short term, that is not prone to

happen though. The majority of the cars destined for The United States are made

in Valmet.

Now it grew to become impossible to specify in which a vehicle was built. Even ordering

Tourist Delivery does not pressure a Stuttgart build. Apparently some cars

are shipped from Finland to Stuttgart for Tourist Delivery.