Moving 75,000 units annually, you might say that the German sports car maker Porsche is a pretty successful car company.
But as soon as they joined the Volkswagen family, the expectations have gone up, way up.
That is because the people’s car builder wants to double the output of their most recent acquisition.
In order to do this Volkswagen is planning on a strategy that includes quite a bit of platform sharing.
The VW Group has used this method of car construction for generations, allowing them to make everything from Volkswagen Golfs to Audi A3s to Skoda Octavias and even the SEAT Leon all from the same architecture.
However with Porsche in their portfolio, VW would like to apply the same approach with their premium brands Like: Bentley, Bugatti and Lamborghini.