Porsche delivers 116,964 cars in the first half of 2020


Amidst the global pandemic, Porsche has delivered a total of 116,964 cars to global customers in the first half of 2020, registering a decline of 12% compared to January-June deliveries in 2019. Of the total, 39,245 cars were Cayenne models while 34,430 cars were of Macan.

The 911 models shared 16,919 units of the total deliveries – an increase of 2% as compared to 2019, while the all-electric Taycan accounted for 4,480 units.


China continues to be Porsche’s largest single market in terms of volume. In addition, Korea and Japan were strong markets in the region with sales of 4,242 and 3,675 units respectively, each showing double-digit growth rates over the previous year. A total of 32,312 cars were delivered to European customers. The U.S. market received 24,186 cars.

We see positive tendencies, although we continued to feel the effects of the coronavirus crisis in the second quarter, especially in the U.S. and Europe. A crucial factor here was the month of April, when almost all Porsche Centres in these markets were still closed. – Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board for Sales and Marketing at Porsche

von Platen added that the situation in Europe has been easing since May, although things are not yet entirely back to normal.

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