Porsche India sales doubled in January-June 2022

Luxury automaker Porsche India has reported a two-fold jump in sales, reaching 378 units in the first half of 2022. In the months of January and June 2021, the business reported sales of 173 units. Porsche India said in a statement on July 18 that 167 Cayenne and 125 Macan, accounting for 77% of all sales, were sold in the first half of the year due to the launch of Porsche’s all-electric Taycan and strong demand for SUVs.

The Taycan came second with 37 units, followed by the 911 Coupe with 27 units and the family-sized limo Panamera with 19 sales. According to Manolito Vujicic, Brand Director, Porsche India, the numbers indicate that the sector is reviving and demand for high-end sports cars has returned to pre-pandemic levels.

According to Porsche India, the company delivered more vehicles between January and June this year than in the full years of 2018, 2019 and 2020. With 474 units sold, the company experienced its best year ever in 2021.

He added, “It has been 10 years serving Porsche India in this segment in July and there is no better way to acknowledge this than with our best half year sales performance so far for the first half of 2022. “

Vujicic added, “With the continued effort towards electrification, we are delighted to see strong demand for the Taycan from day one, making it our third best-selling product so far this year.”

Porsche had earlier said that it has entered the used automobile market in India. According to a statement from the automaker, the Porsche Approved program is now available on pre-owned vehicles across India with a full warranty for a minimum of 12 months, which also includes 24-hour roadside service.

Manolito Vujicic, Brand Director, Porsche India, said that the program seeks to drive more Porsche vehicles on Indian roads for many years to come.

He added that every used Porsche that is part of the Porsche Approved Program has passed a rigorous 111-point inspection. He continued that each vehicle increases the value of any model bearing an “Approved” stamp by requiring it to meet the standard of its original condition.

(with agency input)

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