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Porsche AG half-year 2021 worldwide sales continue to build on the initial strong kickoff of the year.
Worldwide sales of Porsche AG vehicles set a record with 153,656 units. This signifies a stout increase of 31 percent over previous year-to-date sales.
All models contributed to this double-digit growth. Porsche SUV model lines garnered the lion’s share of sales. But the sports-car model lines as well as the luxury-car lines also did well.
Every Model Series Earned Increased Sales
As has historically been the case in recent times, Porsche SUV sales outpaced car sales. Porsche AG first-quarter 2021 worldwide sales break out as follows:
- Cayenne — Porsche AG’s larger SUV earned sales of 44,050 units, an increase of 12 percent over last year’s sales to date
- Macan — Porsche’s compact but mighty SUV was a close second, boasting 43,618 deliveries, up 27 percent over last year
- 911 — the company’s iconic flagship sports car deliveries of 20,611 units, an increase of 22 percent
- Taycan — Porsche’s first all-electric sports car garnered deliveries of 19,822 units
- 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman — 11,922 mid-engine roadster and coupé units, up a healthy 33 percent, the greatest increase of all model sales
- Panamera — Porsche’s four-door internal-combustion and hybrid automobile trim lines saw sales of 13,633 units, an increase of six percent
All Global Regions Realized Significant Growth
Each and every worldwide region yielded sales increases, breaking out as follows:
- Europe: +25.1 percent
- Germany: +22.4 percent
- America: +51.3% percent
- USA: +50.2 percent
- Asia-Pacific, Africa and Middle East: +24.6 percent
- China: +22.9 percent
“We are extremely delighted with the high level of demand for our sports cars — the increase in deliveries in the first half or the year is above that of the overall market. Our order books are full. At the same time, we are aware of the uncertainties caused by the Corona pandemic and the semiconductor supply situation. We are continuing to keep a close eye on the overall situation while maintaining our optimistic stance.”