A range of production lines will be built at the North-West site of the Porsche factory in Paderborn.
The company’s head of production in the area, Klaus-Dieter Stolz, said the plants would create “more than 1,000 jobs” over the next three years.
Porsche has been building drywall for the last 25 years at its factory in the town of Paderbaek, in southern Germany, and it has a long history of building the most complex, expensive and complex products in the world.
It has built many of the most famous cars in the history of the sportscar industry, from the McLaren F1, the Bugatti Veyron and the McLaren P1, and has built a significant number of classic cars as well.
It also built the world’s most complex carbon fibre carbon fibre roof, which is a new addition to the world of Porsche’s product line.
Pitfall, it is worth noting, that Paderbave is an industrial area, with many factories and workshops that are connected by roads and railways, but not a lot of cars are made in the small town.
Stolz said the Paderbanese facility would make up part of a new production line for the North West production lines, which he said would be capable of producing “around 5,000 cars per year”.
Porsche is expected to produce around 1,600 cars a year at its Paderbeek plant.