Porsche Panamera proves an easy sell in international metropolises

Article by Christian Andrei, on September 10, 2010

It appears that Porsche hit the jackpot with the introduction of the Panamera as the German manufacturer announced today that their Gran Turismo is in high demand internationally.

Just one year after its introduction on the market, Porsche sold 22,518 Panameras, 2,530 vehicles in Germany alone. Porsche also delivered 890 vehicles in Los Angeles and 760 the streets of New York.

Asian market proved also welcomed the new Panamera and Porsche delivered 300 units to Hong Kong, 223 to Tokyo and 188 vehicles were delivered to Shanghai.

Other cosmopolitan cities accepted the new Porsche: Dubai (285), Moscow (203), Munich (206), Hamburg (117) and Berlin (108).

For those who don’t know, Porsche offers five models of the Panamera: the Panamera and Panamera 4 powered by a six-cylinder-engine delivering 300 hp, the Panamera S and Panamera 4S which come with an eight-cylinder engine and 400 hp and the top of the line Panamera Turbo powered by an eight-cylinder engine delivering 500 hp.

The six-cylinder-model Panamera was introduced few weeks ago and Porsche already delivered 2,390 units, but the Panamera 4S is number one with 9,394 units delivered.

Furthermore, the 6,171 Panamera Turbo models were delivered as well as 4,563 Panamera S units. Porsche also offers a customization programme for the Panamera which ads an extra 40 hp as well as a sport design package. Porsche Exclusive and Porsche Tequipment packages are available for each model as add-ons to the standard series equipment.

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