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Porsche delivers 80,767 cars in first quarter
2022 deliveries: Porsche posts a slight increase
Deliveries up in first nine months
Porsche posts 145,860 deliveries in first half-year
Porsche delivers 68,426 vehicles in the first quarter
Porsche further expands online vehicle sales
Porsche-Auslieferungen steigen um 13 Prozent
Porsche expands its engineering and assembly capacity
Porsche Aftersales is expanding its digital customer services
In the first six months, Porsche delivers 31 percent more vehicles
Marco Schubert appointed new Vice President of Europe region
Porsche significantly increases deliveries in the first quarter
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In fiscal year 2022, Porsche delivered 309,884 vehicles to customers.
Bar area ‘Porsche Driven by Dreams’ Brand Store
Lounge an Event Corner ‘Porsche Driven by Dreams’ Brand Store
Glimpse of the new ‘Porsche Driven by Dreams’ Brand Store
The completely redesigned Porsche Car Configurator
The Cayenne remains the most popular Porsche model
A total of 16,300 new and used Porsche sportscars is currently offered online.
Porsche customers can give feedback directly on the digital marketplace.
Sports car manufacturer sees further growth opportunities in Asia: Porsche Taycan in Shanghai (China)
The application also offers customers a video vehicle check function.
Porsche is expanding its digital aftersales services in the central ecosystem “My Porsche”.
The all-electric Taycan is on a par with the iconic 911.
The most successful model was the Cayenne with 44,050 units delivered.
Marco Schubert will be taking on the role of Vice President Region Europe at Porsche on 1 July 2021.
Supporting the results: the latest additions to Porsche’s product range, such as the model variants of the all-electric Taycan.
More than 20,000 all-electric Taycan were delivered to customers worldwide.
Porsche achieves robust level of deliveries in 2020.
Porsche and “holoride” give passengers the opportunity of immersing themselves in virtual entertainment worlds
Porsche presents VR entertainment for the back seat with “holoride”