Porsche has just released its financial results for last month and as we’ve come to expect from sports car makers, the German firm is continuing to see rising sales.
Overall last month, Porsche managed to sell a total of 17,893 cars. That is a significant 19.7 per cent increase over the 14,943 vehicles sold in the same period last August. Meanwhile, sales soared by 35.7 per cent across Europe from 3447 up to 4676 with all other areas celebrating double digit growth except the Americas.
In Germany, Porsche sales role to 1808 from 1591 (a 13.6 per cent jump) and in the United States, they climbed by 10.3 per cent to 5008 units. Sales in the Americas as a whole rose by 9.9 per cent.
In the Asia Pacific region, a total of 7264 Porsche cars were sold, a 19.4 per cent jump over August 2014 while 17.2 per cent more Porsche models were sold in China last month.
Unsurprisingly, the new Porsche Macan is continuing to be a raging success with 6571 being sold last month alone. Meanwhile, Cayman sales have increased by 31 per cent and Cayenne sales by 32 per cent.
According to Porsche Sales executive Bernhard Maier “We are pursuing our aims prudently and with all the necessary respect in view of the highly volatile global economy. For us this means that qualitative growth is the barometer of our success, not only the registration figures. Our focus is definitely on ROI and employment.”