How do you read this very known car manufacturer "PORSCHE"?

December 27, 2008 3:53pm CST
Ive confuse with how this should be pronounce or read. I read it as PORSH without "e" at the end but once my friend told me that it should be read "PORSCHA". And this is what ive get from researching; PORSCHE is a family name of a German founder of this very known manufacturer of cars. They pronounce it as "porsch-uh", not porsche. And so is German people. But Americans read it as "PORSCH" without the "E" at the end. How about you?
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@spalladino (17924)
• United States
28 Dec 08
I'm in the United States and I just call it "that car that costs way too much money". My husband's big brother has one and they say the name with the "E" on the end when they talk about it. Personally, if I were going to spend that much money on a car I'd but a Corvette.
• Norway
28 Dec 08
thats funny! hahahha. my host family in denmark also owns a Cayenne S Porsche. She and her sister have each of the same kind. and I have rode both. Once when i was riding in that car and i was left alone inside, I took a picture of myself with whats inside that car.hahhaha. I dont own one but at least i have rode a PORSCHE car. Never in my wildest imagination that i can have my own PORSCHE.