In 2021, Porsche delivered no less than 301,915 copies of its models worldwide, figures up 11% compared to 2020.
In total, sales of the German manufacturer are up in all regions of the world, and the trend was particularly strong in the United States, with a 22% growth in sales compared to the previous year, with 70,025 copies. books. In Europe, Those are 86,160 units of Porsche which were delivered in 2021, figures here also up 7% compared to 2020. Around 40% of the models sold in Europe were electrified, that is to say either rechargeable hybrids or 100% electric.
“Despite the challenges posed by semiconductor shortages and the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, we have worked hard to enable more customers than ever to realize their dream of owning a Porsche”, said Detlev von Platen, member of the Porsche Executive Board responsible for sales and marketing: “Demand remains high, and our order books look very strong, so we start 2022 full of momentum and confidence in all regions of the world. “
In detail, SUVs are the most popular, with the Tiger in the lead at 88,362 copies, followed by the Cayenne in second position, at 83,071 units. For the very first time, the Taycan 100% electric surpasses sales of the 911, with a total of 41,296 vehicles sold, more than double the volume of the previous year.
The iconic Porsche 911 38,464 copies were sold, while the sedan Panamera was delivered to 30,220 customers. Finally, the duo Porsche 718, Boxster and Cayman, found no less than 20,502 takers in 2021.
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