Porsche delivered more than 20,000 new cars to customers worldwide in March 2015

Published Date: 21st Apr 2015

Much of the UK Success was down to the release of the new March 15 Plate.

Porsche delivered 20,222 new cars worldwide in March 2015 with an increase of 31.5 per cent year-over-year. Between January and March of this year a total of 51,102 two- and four-door sports cars were handed over to customers – an increase of more than 32 per cent compared to the first quarter 2014.

"In the first quarter we delivered more than 50,000 new cars for the first time, continuing the success of 2014. This signals further solid growth", said Bernhard Maier, Member of the Executive Board Sales and Marketing of Porsche. "The Macan has exceeded all expectations since its launch and we have handed 62,644 vehicles over to customers within the space of just twelve months. Around three quarters of them are new customers and the compact SUV is reaching a younger target group on average in all markets."

Porsche 911 front left

The sports cars from Porsche were sought after worldwide in March 2015. In China, Porsche delivered with 4,138 exactly 19.5 per cent more vehicles year-over-year. In this region the 911 is winning more and more fans too: in the first three months, a third more iconic sports cars were handed over to customers. On the traditionally important U.S. market, the sports car maker delivered 4,291 new cars, an increase of almost 13 per cent compared to the same month last year. The 911, Boxster, Cayman, Cayenne, Macan and Panamera were also very popular on the European market with sales of 8,054 vehicles – an increase of more than 53 per cent. In Germany, Porsche handed over 2,929 vehicles to customers, growth of almost 51 per cent year-over-year.


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This quote gets to the heart of everything that makes Porsche what it is, as a brand, as a company and as an automotive manufacturer. It has been our guiding star – for more than 65 years. And it covers all the values that characterise our work and our vehicles. It’s no wonder, therefore, that no-one can describe this better than the person who created the very first sports car to bear the Porsche name: Ferdinand Anton Ernst - or Ferry Porsche, for short.

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Ferry Porsche

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