Porsche Cars North America announced a 31% increase in sales for February 2013 as compared to the same period last year. Porsche sold 2,805 vehicles as compared to the 2,149 sold in February of last year. So far this year, PCNA has delivered 6,163 Porsche versus 4,699 during the same period last year, also an increase of 31 percent.
“Demand for our products remained robust in February, continuing the momentum from our 2012 sales record” said Detlev von Platen, President and CEO, Porsche Cars North America. “Rising interest in the Cayenne Diesel as well as the first sales of the new flagship Cayenne Turbo S boosted Cayenne. Even with the strong demand for Cayenne, nearly 45 percent of our sales in February were two-door sports cars, which were bolstered by the new Boxster and deliveries of the new 911 Carrera 4 models.”
Cayenne sales were particularly strong, posting an increase of 79 percent to 1,173 units, up from 657 in February 2012. Demand for the new Boxster also continues to be significant, which contributed to sales of 391 units, a tenfold increase from the same period last year.
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