Porsche Sales Continue to Climb
One of the results of Porsche bringing more models to the market is the increase in sales numbers. 2011 was a great year for the German automaker. Family friendly, high performance sedans like Porsche Panamera have assisted in surpassing projected goals.
The company delivered 25% more sports cars in 2011 than during previous years, Porsche Centre Doha announced in a statement. A good number of these vehicles can be found at Fred Lavery Company in Birmingham, MI.
Collectively the Porsche 911, Cayman, Boxster, Cayenne, and Panamera sold 109,709 units - which is a significant increase from 88,033 the previous year. Just in the month of November alone, Porsche sold 9,318 units. This helped prove the changeover in sports car models was not a big issue for consumers. "In the current year, we have already set new customer delivery and order book records," commented Bernhard Maier, Porsche AG board of management member for sales and marketing.1
Not everything can be perfect because Global growth was slightly lower at the end of 2011. Nonetheless, some countries did better than others: after a Porsche facility was opened in Milan, Italian sales increased by 31.2%. With the introduction of more spacious models in United States, and plans for economic (ie: more affordable) models, we at Fred Lavery Company are excited for great results to continue 2012.