Porsche Reports 71% US Sales Increase in November
So far in the year, they have sold 32,091 cars, which equates to a 18% increase over last year’s record, when they sold 27,189 from January up until November. Their ‘star models’ of the month were the 911 and the Cayenne, as sales of the former rose by a whopping 94% (765 units), while the latter sold 80% more than in 2011 (1,949 units). Aside from the new cars they sold, they also managed to sell some 720 certified pre-owned models, which again represents a rise, when compared to last year’s figures, by 30%.
According to the US branch President and CEO, Detlev von Platen, "Setting a historical monthly U.S. sales record is extremely rewarding and demonstrates the demand for all of the new cars we have launched in the last 12 months [. . .] We see this demand continuing into the near future and may allow us to set a sales record this year. Our product line-up is the freshest in our history and will remain so, evidenced by the global unveil of the all-new Cayman model at last week's Los Angeles Auto Show."