Porsche enjoys its most successful first half year in its history

Macan and Panamera models drive growth

Porsche has seen a clear upwards trend in the first six months of this year: With 126,497 vehicles delivered worldwide, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG exceeded the high figure from the previous year by seven per cent in the first half of 2017. The sports car manufacturer has never before delivered so many vehicles in the first six months of a year. The Macan remains the main driver of this growth and the highest-volume model line. However, it is the new Panamera that has achieved the strongest percentage growth in the first six months of the year, with sales of the four-door sports car seeing an increase of 54 per cent. China has established itself as the largest single market, with a significant increase of 18 per cent to 35,864 vehicles.

According to Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board responsible for Sales and Marketing, the figures prove that the new Panamera has provided Porsche with a huge boost. “The enthusiastic response from customers has been overwhelming. The plug-in hybrid versions and the new Sport Turismo version of the Panamera will provide us with even more momentum”, explains the Member of the Executive Board. “The highly attractive products and unique brand experience that Porsche offers are the foundation of our success”, Platen continues.

Alongside the Panamera, the Macan recorded two-digit growth in the first half of 2017: Deliveries of the sporty SUV increased by eleven per cent, reaching the 50,000 mark. Figures for the 718 Cayman and Boxster models and the Cayenne also increased. The Cayenne was the second most popular Porsche model line with 35,601 vehicles delivered.

The US market ranked behind the Chinese market during the reporting period with 27,568 deliveries. In Germany, the sports car manufacturer remained at the record level achieved in the previous year. At 15,474 units, vehicle deliveries to customers increased by one percent.

PORSCHE AG
Deliveries
1st half of year
2017 2016 Difference (%)
Worldwide 126,497 117,963 +7%
Europe 42,972 40,646 +6%
Germany 15,474 15,299 +1%
America 33,428 31,912 +5%
USA 27,568 26,708 +3%
Asia-Pacific, Africa
and Middle East
50,097 45,405 +10%
China 35,864 30,440 +18%