Even for people who don’t know much about cars, the name Porsche brings to mind luxury and prestige. Given Porsche’s reputation, if you drive one, many people will associate you with such qualities. Although there are car lovers who drive their beautiful machines without concern for what anyone else thinks, you may be curious to know what the typical driver profile is for your Porsche of choice.
The typical driver of the Porsche 911 is a male between the ages of 46 and 65, with an average age of 52. He probably makes between $310,000 and $390,000 (£200,000 to £250,000) a year, so chances are he is very successful, ambitious and determined. The 911 is known for its solid build, classic styling and excellent materials. Many owners say they wanted 911 Porsches since they were kids.
The typical Porsche Boxster driver is 47 years old and makes $243,000 (£150,000) a year. Owners are usually high-paid professionals whose success has enabled them to buy the cars of their childhood dreams. For the exhilarating driving experience days all the hard work and responsibility seem worth the sacrifice. These fast cars may seem like toys for big kids, but their thrill inspires many to keep striving for success.
Sports cars have always been more popular with male drivers, but women like Porsches too! The Porsche Cayenne is a luxury 4×4 with a sharp, sporting drive. Its high driving position, versatility and feeling of safety make it a popular choice with female drivers.
For environmentally conscious drivers, the Porsche 918 Spyder – Parallel Hybrid Supercar is an eco-friendly Porsche. The Porsche 911 Carrera is also now more eco-friendly than ever, with excellent power output and mileage and with significant improvement in emission reduction.
There is no one Porsche for everyone, but the luxury and power of Porsches prove alluring to a wide range of motoring enthusiasts. If you have the money, a Porsche makes a really special gift! But if you can’t afford one, second best are Christmas gift vouchers for driving experiences. The thrill of driving a Porsche is something everyone should experience.
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