Porsche is one of the most famous car manufacturers in the world, having been founded by Ferdinand Porsche back in 1931. Whilst they may have built their reputation by creating their own vehicles, interestingly, the company originally provided research and development capabilities to other industry players before finally creating their first model, the Porsche 64. This vehicle was designed using parts from a Volkswagen Beetle, but little did anyone know that it would be just the start of Porsche's dominance in motor racing; particularly in endurance events where no manufacturer has come close to matching their record 19 outright wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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    Porsche Number Plate Sizes

    Buying the right Porsche number plate size for your particular model is essential in order to get the best out of your sleek sports car. We have sizes available to suit all different models including the 911 Carrera, 911 GT3, 911 Turbo, Boxster, Cayenne, Cayman, Macan and Panamera. Our experienced team can provide guidance if you’re struggling to pick the right size plate for your Porsche – ensuring it looks perfect on your car each and every time.

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    Porsche 911 Number Plates

    Porsche are world-renowned for their iconic sports cars and the 911 is by far the most recognisable. It was first introduced in 1964, and according to Porsche, more than 1 million units of this model have been sold worldwide. When it comes to buying other people’s used 911s, some opt to fit private registration plates in order to hide the vehicle’s age. One important thing to note is that Porsche 911 number plates cannot always be of a standard UK size – for instance, the 2002-04 Carrera has a rear plate size of 600mm x 148mm, while the 2019-20 model has a size of 572mm x 144mm. 

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    Porsche Cayenne and Porsche Macan Number Plates

    With the introduction of the Cayenne and Macan, Porsche’s presence in the SUV market diversified. This also applies to their number plate sizing – whilst still following UK standardization, their engineers provide slight differences between different models for exact fittings. For example, the rear plate size of a 2010-17 Cayenne is 568mm x 138mm, where that of a 2014-20 Macan measures 714mm x 150mm instead. As this helps to ensure a precise fit with every vehicle, it makes sourcing correct Porsche number plates easier and more convenient.

    Does Porsche need specific number plates for electric models?

    Porsche is considered to be an exceptionally luxurious vehicle, and it’s no surprise that some owners are opting to display green badges on their plates to indicate the fact that they own an electric model of the luxury car. If you’re looking for electric vehicle number plates for your own Porsche, you won’t have to hunt around – we have a wide variety of replacement Porsche number plates just waiting for you! Visit our Plate Builder today to start creating yours, or give us a call if you’re after something specific and can’t seem to find it. There’s never been a better time to start customising – get in touch with us right away!

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