While November global sales were slightly weaker than same period sales in 2010 (9318 vs. 9708), their year to date sales are up by nearly 25% to 109,709 total Porsches delivered.
No surprise that the Porsche model in greatest demand worldwide is once again the Cayenne SUV, of which just less than 5,000 were delivered to customers. Over the past month, In addition, Porsche delivered slightly more than 20% more Panameras than in same month the year before. The top of the range Turbo and Turbo S versions exceeded all previous expectations with 228 units of the 4 door Porsche being sold. As a result, a third shift will be introduced in Leipzig, starting in January 2012, to meet the strong demand for the Cayenne and Panamera.
“In the current year, we have already set new customer delivery and order book records,” said Bernhard Maier, Porsche AG Board of Management Member for Sales and Marketing. “The results prove how highly attractive our brand is and the intense fascination our products enjoy. In the next few weeks, the new Porsche 911 Carrera will provide an additional impetus.”