Porsche recently announced a delivery increase in September: the Stuttgart-based sports automobile maker improved its position again, notably in Europe.
The 7,005 new cars delivered here in September drew a growth figure of 51%. A comparison from the previous year i.e. from January to September 2014 and 2015 clearly shows that Europe is definitely one of the strongest markets, with figures up by 34% (58,150 vehicles).
In its domestic market of Germany, Porsche has equally improved its position: in September an impressive 2,269 vehicles (+26%) were delivered to customers. Equally sales in China and the USA are also maintaining a prospering course: in China deliveries jumped up by 24% (5,417 vehicles) and in the USA 23% (4,424 vehicles).
“The continuous increase in our sales worldwide and above all in the important domestic market of Germany clearly indicates that Porsche continues on its path to success,” said Bernhard Maier, Member of the Executive Board – Sales and Marketing of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG.
“With the Porsche Mission E concept car at the IAA, we showed what an electrically driven sports car from the house of Porsche may look like in the future. The continuing development of our products will assure us of further growth in the future too.”
Demand for the Porsche 911, especially, is high in Germany: with its figure of 5,301 vehicles delivered from January to September 2015, the 911 was ready to record an impressive growth of 21% per year. This makes the 911 the popular and successful Porsche in Germany. Sales Executive Maier predicts more future successes for this model:
“The 911 is the best-selling sports car in the world. With worldwide deliveries of just under 25,000 models from January to September 2015, the 911 is making its mark. I am certain that we will be able to maintain our leading position with the new model. Once more, it is the best 911 of all times.”
In addition to the classic sports vehicles, the SUV models were equally as popular and in demand during September. Topping the figures worldwide is the Macan, with 7,670 models delivered which is an increase of 36% on the previous year. The Cayenne is also strengthening its position internationally: September saw an impressive 6,592 vehicles handed over to customers, That’s a growth of 75%!
“The results demonstrate more than ever that Porsche has a highly attractive model mix and a highly motivated team,” said Maier.