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Porsche sells 217,198 units until September, 13% more

Frankfurt (Germany), Oct 14 (EFE) .- The German sports car manufacturer Porsche sold 191,547 units in the first three quarters, 13% more than a year earlier, after the strong increase in demand, especially in the US.

Porsche reported today that its sales rose between January and September in Europe to 56,332 units (+ 2%), of which 19,099 units in Germany (+ 9%).

In addition, deliveries improved in the same period in the US (+30%, to 51,615 units) and in China (+11%, to 69,789 units).

Porsche Sales and Marketing Director Detlev von Platen said demand remained “at a very high level in the third quarter.”

The order books are full and therefore Posche is optimistic about the last quarter of the year, according to Platen.

However, Porsche observes that the evolution of the pandemic is volatile around the world and that the problems in the supply of semiconductors remain, so it will react flexibly.

The most requested model in the first three quarters was the Cayenne 62,451 units (64,299 units sold a year ago), followed by the Macan 61,944 units (+ 12%).

Deliveries of the Taycan electric, which has been in dealerships in the US since the end of 2019 and in Europe since the beginning of 2020, soared to 28,640 units (10,944 units a year ago).

Thus, sales of the Taycan in the first three quarters are similar to those of the 911 with 27,972 units (+ 10%).

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