A first in more than 90 years; Porsche closed 2021 with record sales

Drawing attention with sales exceeding 300,000 in the global market, Porsche achieved a growth of 7 percent in Europe.

2021, where Lotus and Rolls-Royce broke records, and BMW left Mercedes behind 5 years later, brought along an arena environment where duels were held. In this context, Porsche was among those who announced that they had achieved growth despite the chip crisis in the performance data of 2021. When we look at the figures from official sources, it is remarkable that more than 300,000 deliveries have been made. This figure will also be recorded as the period in which the German manufacturer made the most sales within a 91-year period.

2021 Porsche Cayenne GTS

SUV models lead in Porsche sales

The net global figure of Porsche, which managed to increase its sales by 11 percent compared to 2020, is given as 301,915 units. Macan, the compact SUV model of the family, is at the top of the table in terms of sales figures. Macan, which was announced to have sold 88,362 units worldwide, seems to have made a significant leap in itself. We see that the Cayenne product range ranks second with 83,071 units.

The new electric Taycan of the Porsche family continues to raise its chart since the first day it was launched on the market. It was announced that the Taycan product range, which was launched in many interesting versions, especially Cross Turismo, achieved sales of 41,296 units. This value means that it significantly surpasses the 911 legend, which sold 38,464 units. List; It continues as 30,220 Panameras, 20,502 718 Boxsters and 718 Caymans. It is remarkable that Porsche has achieved a growth of 7 percent in its European sales. What is more striking in this section is that 40 percent of European consumers prefer hybrid or electric models.

Source: Teknoloji haberleri – LOG by www.log.com.tr.

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