Porsche Reports US Retail Sales for Q2 2022 | New


Atlanta, July 01 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA) today reported that U.S. retail deliveries in the second quarter of 2022 were 19,487, up 2.8 % over the same period a year ago, despite continued supply issues in the wider economy. In the first six months, retail shipments in the United States totaled 32,529, down 10.5% from the first half of 2021, which was the strongest sales year in the company’s history. PCNA.

“Performance is a key part of the Porsche culture and we work closely across the company as one team to meet the demand of our US customers,” said PCNA President and CEO Kjell Gruner. . “Our order books are full as we attract new customers and repeat customers to the Porsche brand. Customers have more ways to interact with the Porsche brand than ever before, thanks to our online presence and ability to growing orders, new city Porsche stores and new dealer locations opening during the year.

Six-month deliveries were led by the Macan and the Cayenne. The Porsche 911 and the all-electric Taycan again vied for the next spot, followed by the refreshed Panamera. Demand for the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman also remained strong.

U.S. Porsche Approved Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) sales in the first six months of 2022 totaled 15,449 in the first six months of 2022, up 6.0% from a year earlier.

Model Sales from April to June Year to date
2022 2021 2022 2021
ALL 911 3,052 2,326 5,175 5,108
ALL 718 962 906 1,744 2,412
ALL TAYCANS 2,524 3,359 4,449 5,367
ALL PANAMERA 1,126 1,265 1,913 1,716
ALL CAYENNE 5,913 6,004 8,566 10,234
ALL MACAN 5,910 5,098 10,682 11,489
TOTAL 19,487 18,958 32,529 36,326

PCNA follows the US auto industry sales release schedule published by Motor Intelligence. First quarter new car sales began on January 5, 2022 and continued through March 31, 2022. Second quarter new car sales began on April 1, 2022 and ended on June 30, 2022.


Marcus Kabel Porsche Cars North America, Inc. 770.290.3843 pr@porsche.us

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