Supercar sales: Porsche ships nearly 3000 911 in a month

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Porsche has revealed it delivered almost 3000 911s in November alone – a rise of nearly 48% over 2012 figures.

The firm delivered more than 14,000 vehicles overall: the 911 thus still takes a significant proportion of sales despite the firm’s diversification.

The cheers weren’t reserved for its 50-year-old rear-engined sports car division, either. A strong November means Porsche has delivered 147,290 new cars in the first 11 months of 2013. That’s an increase of 14.2% on 2012.

“Over the past few months, our attractive model range has helped us to achieve growth in all our regions”, said Bernhard Maier, Member of the executive board sales and marketing at Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG.

The Porsche Boxster and Cayman range also grew 55% with 1933 new cars registered. That leaves around two thirds of the range sales made up of Panamera and Cayenne, but it still shows Porsche’s sports cars have a reassuring part to play.

The firm’s getting ready for its next major sales lift with the arrival of the Macan. This is already predicted to see it top its 200,000 mid-term target years ahead of schedule.

“We are currently working with our sales teams on high investments for the Macan launch and are looking forward to an exciting 2014.”

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