Demand for Porsches in the United States has only been increasing, and this trend doesn’t seem to be slowing anytime soon.
A total of 47,007 vehicles were delivered to American customers by Porsche Cars North America in 2014, a massive increase from the total delivered in 2013, and nearly double the deliveries of 2011. A press release issued Jan. 5 from PCNA reports annual sales increased 11.1 percent over 2013’s total of 42,323.
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“For the third consecutive year,” stated Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Lawrence in the release, “PCNA set a new annual retail sales record by a double-digit margin. We will use this momentum to continue success in 2015.”
This is an increase of more than 185 percent in just 4 years; year-end sales in 2010 reached just 25,320, as stated in a Jan. 3, 2012 press release. An increase in demand for the 911/918 and Panamera models, as well as the introduction of the Macan, all contributed in no small part to this continued growth.
We’d like to congratulate Porsche on another year of record-setting sales and deliveries and look forward to seeing what 2015 holds for the marque.