The crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic affected Porsche sales to a minimum, with the German company announcing that in 2020 it sold 272162 cars, only 3% less than the 280,800 cars it had sold in 2019.
Its best-selling model was the Cayenne with 92,860 sales (+ 1% compared to 2019), with the 911 recording 34,328 sales, the Taycan 20,015 sales and the 718 Boxster and Cayman 21,784 sales.
Of the 272,162 cars sold by Porsche last year, 121,641 went to Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East (+ 4%), while in China it sold 89,968 cars (+ 3%).
In Europe 80,892 new Porsches were sold (-9%), in America 69,629 cars (-8%), with 57,297 (-7%) in the USA. The largest market for Porsche in Europe was that of Germany, where last year it sold 26,152 cars (-17%).
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