Porsche delivered in the 1st quarter over 30% more new cars compared to 2020.

In the first three months of 2021, Porsche handed over 71,986 vehicles to customers worldwide. Therefore the number of deliveries increased significantly by 36 percent compared to last year. Porsche achieved double-digit growth in all sales regions. “We are extremely pleased that the community of Porsche customers continues to grow all over the world,” says Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board for Sales and Marketing at Porsche AG. “Established models have supported this excellent result along with the latest additions to our product range, above all the new model variants of the all-electric Porsche Taycan. Thanks to the great appeal of our brand and a consistent sustainability strategy, we can look back on a very positive start to the year.”

Macan and Cayenne particularly in demand

Among the various models, the Macan was most in-demand, with 22,458 units delivered in the first quarter. The Cayenne followed in second place with 19,533 vehicles. 9,133 customers took delivery of the sports car icon 911. The first all-electric sports car from Porsche was equally popular: 9,072 Taycan cars were delivered in the first three months of the year. The mid-engine sports cars also remain popular: 6,190 units of the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman were delivered. The Panamera was handed over to 5,600 customers.

Increased demand in all sales region

China remains Porsche’s largest single market. In the first quarter of 2021, the sports car manufacturer delivered 21,991 vehicles there – 56 percent more than in the same period last year. The overall positive development in Asia-Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East also continued – with 32,129 deliveries and an increase of 46 percent. In the US, Porsche also significantly increased the number of vehicles handed over to customers: 17,368 sports cars were delivered, representing an increase of 45 percent. In Europe, the figure was 19,389 – an increase of 16 percent. The home market Germany contributed to this with 5,957 vehicles handed over to customers and an increase of 14 percent.

The demand in the first quarter confirms the sports car manufacturer’s optimistic outlook for 2021 as a whole. “Order bookings also continue to develop very well. We will fulfill the dreams of many more customers with our sports cars in the coming months,” says Detlev von Platen.



    January – March
2020  2021  Difference 
    Worldwide 53,125 71,986 +36% 
    Europe 16,787 19,389 +16% 
        Germany 5,214 5,957 +14% 
    America 14,307 20,468 +43% 
        US 11,994 17,368 +45% 
    Asia-Pacific, Africa and Middle East 22,031 32,129 +46% 
        China 14,098 21,991 +56% 

Edited Porsche factory press release.
Pictures courtesy Porsche AG.