Porsche sells 19,822 Taycan EVs worldwide; says a pair of Porsche 911 sports cars

Porsche has announced sales reports for the first six months of this year and shows a 31 percent increase in sales compared to the same period last year. The automaker delivered about 153,656 vehicles worldwide thanks to a significant increase in demand in the model series and global sales regions worldwide.

The most successful model was the Porsche Cayenne, with 44,050 units of the car delivered. This shows a 12 percent increase in sales of last year’s model. Porsche Macan sold 43,618 units with a 27 percent increase. The most popular and electric Porsche model, the Porsche Taycan sold about 19,822 units worldwide. The company has warned that with this, the range of models is on par with the iconic sports car, which has had 911, 20,611 shipments, showing a 22 percent increase. The Porsche 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman delivered 11,922 units to customers, respectively, while the Panamera model sold 13,633 units, six percent the highest.

Macan

1984 cc | Gasolina | Automatic (Double Clutch)

Ex-showroom price

83.95 GBP*From now on

Porsche Cayenne (HT Auto Photo)

Kaiena

2995 cc | Gasolina | Automatic (double clutch)

Ex-showroom price

1,92.83,000 ₹*From now on

Porsche 911 (HT Auto Photo)

911

2981 cc | Gasolina | Automatic (Double Clutch)

Ex-showroom price

3,07,83,000 ₹*From now on


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The U.S. market experienced strong growth, showing a 50% growth as 36,326 vehicles were delivered there while China remained the largest market with 48,654 customers delivering new Porsche cars in the first half of the year. Porsche has warned that demand for two-door sports cars has recently grown on a major Chinese continent. Shipments from Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East also rose by a quarter as 69,198 sports cars were delivered there. Porsche also saw a 25 per cent increase in Europe, with Germany delivering 40,435 units to 13,094 vehicles, an increase of 22%.

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Porsche AG, a member of the sales and marketing board of Detlev von Platen, says that this sales record is a positive boost for the brand in this tiring time. “We are very pleased with the high level of demand for our sports cars – the rise in shipments in the first half of the year is above the overall market,” he added.

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