Porsche LeipzigGermany – Following two years of work, the facility now includes a bodyshop and a modern paintshop in addition to final assembly in order to accommodate production of the new Macan.
Porsche’s Leipzig plant, which was designed to meet strict environmental standards, has been assembling the Cayenne and Panamera models for the past ten years and now has the capacity to produce at least 50,000 Macans per year.

Matthias Müller, chairman of the executive board at Porsche, pointed to the recent €500m investment at Leipzig, which comes on top of an original cost of €250m, and said the car-maker is “totally convinced in [sic] the qualities of this location”.