Porsche breaks its own record delivering over 200,000 vehicles this year

Article by Christian A., on December 12, 2015

A look at the number of cars sold by Porsche AG globally in 2015 from the start of the year until November shows a huge figure of 209,894 cars, which is equivalent to a 24% increase as compared to that in 2014. This is the first time that Porsche has crossed the mark of 200,000 vehicles in a single year.

In 2014, this sports car maker had made a record of making 189,849 deliveries across the world. Thanking the employees for this huge success, Detlev von Platen, Board Member of Sales and Marketing division said that the company has reached this milestone way before the expected date in its strategy 2018.

This has been possible only because of the joint contribution of Porsche employees throughout the world. Porsche, with its full equipment, motivated staff, strong sales partners and futuristic product line, is destined for a successful future. In November alone, the company completed a total delivery of 18,110 cars and in this figure, the Cayenne was the biggest growth driving name.

A total of 6,579 vehicles were delivered, this figure grew by 39% as compared to November 2014. Besides, the Cayenne also topped sales from January to November 2015 during which 68,029 vehicles were sold, showing a 14% increase from last year.

China proved to be the strongest market for Porsche where it delivered 54,302 cars in 2015, representing a 34% growth from last year. At second place stood United States, where 47,819 cars were sold, showing a 9% increase. In Europe, 70,509 deliveries were made, with a growth of 30%.

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For the first time, Porsche exceeds the 200,000 mark of vehicles delivered

Stuttgart. Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG has delivered 209,894 cars worldwide from January to November 2015. This corresponds to a 24% increase in comparison to the same period in 2014. Thus, for the first time in the history of the company, Porsche has handed over to customers more than 200,000 vehicles. As early as last year, the Stuttgart-based sports car maker had set a record with a total of 189,849 deliveries the world over.

“With more than 200,000 Porsche models delivered, we have reached a milestone of our strategy 2018 well ahead of schedule”, underscores Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board – Sales and Marketing of Porsche AG, thanking the employees: “Porsche employees worldwide have joined forces to contribute to making this success possible. With our future-oriented products, our motivated staff and our powerful sales partners the world over, we are clearly well positioned for the future.”

In November, Porsche delivered a total of 18,110 new cars. The Cayenne is the clear growth driver here: with 6,579 vehicles delivered in November 2015, the delivery volumes rose 39% compared to the same period last year. The Cayenne has also been a best seller in the period of January to November 2015. 68,029 models (a rise of 14%) were handed over to customers all over the world.

The strongest single market during the period of January to November 2015 was China: Porsche delivered 54,302 cars there. This corresponds to an increase of 34%. Right behind it was the United States, with 47,819 vehicles delivered (a 9% increase). The European market grew by 30% to 70,509 units sold.

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