For the first ten months of 2015, Porsche has managed to sell just over 190,000 vehicles therefore topping its sales results for all of last year.
Specifically, the German automaker sold 191,784 cars between January and the end of October compared to 151,462 in the first ten months of 2014, representing a significant 26.6 per cent increase.
Broken down by market, China has brought with it the largest percentage increase in sales, from 36,021 in Jan-Oct 2014 up to 49,190 this year which is a 36.6 per cent boost. Meanwhile, sales in Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East have risen by 33.6 per cent as well as 12.9 per cent in The Americas and 31.6 per cent in Europe. In Porsche’s home country of Germany, a total of 24,961 cars have been sold this year compared to 20,244 over the same period in 2014.
The Porsche Macan is proving the marque’s most popular model with almost 70,000 sold in 2015 already. Meanwhile, just over 60,000 Porsche Cayennes have found new homes while sales of the 911 have risen by 7 per cent to 27.281 units.
According to sales and marketing executive Detlev von Platen “The numbers prove impressively that with the diversity of its models Porsche is better geared than ever to what our customers want.”