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Record sales in 2011 for Porsche in Asia Pacific with 3,930 vehicles soldSales continues to grow with 74% increase last year

Singapore. Once again, Porsche has good reasons to celebrate as Porsche Asia Pacific reports continued positive sales development in the region. The recorded 2011 total sales is 3,930 vehicles (from 1 January to 31 December, 2011). The new all-time sales record in 2011 is an increase of 74% comparing to the same period in 2010. The ascending trend in terms of sales is mainly due to the success of Cayenne and Panamera models.

Christer Ekberg, Managing Director of Porsche Asia Pacific, claimed that the current attractive line-up is boosting the growth of Porsche in Asia. Other than the fact that the Cayenne and the Panamera are always in high demand, the new iconic 911 and the new Boxster -- announced last week -- will further strengthen Porsche’s position in the sports car segment in Asia Pacific.

The rising sales trend in 2011 was largely affected by the strong performance of markets such as South Korea with total sales of 1,268 vehicles (+81%) and comparably strong performer, Taiwan, with 1,213 vehicles (+123%, more than doubled from 2010). Sales in Singapore was an all-time high of 472 vehicles while Malaysia reported 420 vehicles sold (almost tripled compared to the previous year). Other important markets within the region, including Thailand, Philippines, and Vietnam continue to grow, contributing to 116, 108 and 78 respectively to the regional sales. Brunei, French Polynesia, Indonesia, New Caledonia and Sri Lanka comprised more than 8% of the total regional sales. All these different markets are in various stages of development, some has the potential to become the most important growth markets of tomorrow.

Regarding the sales per model line, the popular Cayenne SUV continued to be the strongest performer with sales of 2,300 vehicles, a 215% increase compared to the previous year. The sales of Porsche’s four-door Gran Turismo Panamera models were up by 43% with 990 vehicles. The iconic 911 and Boxster, phasing-out in 2011, contributed with 337 and 303 vehicles to the total sales of 3,930 vehicles.

Breakdown by Models

Models 2011 2010 Deviation
Boxster/Cayman 303 328 -7.6%
911 337 516 -34.7%
Cayenne 2,300 730 215.1%
Panamera 990 691 43.3%
Total 3,930 2,265 73.5%

About Porsche Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
Porsche Asia Pacific Pte Ltd commenced operations on October 1st, 2001 and was founded to give Porsche closer ties with Asia Pacific markets that are becoming increasingly important and to support our importers and dealers. Porsche Asia Pacific supports the operation of 12 countries: Brunei, French Polynesia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Caledonia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

Porsche Asia Pacific PR
Public Relations
Calista Tambajong
Phone: +65 6645 4908
E-Mail: calista.tambajong@porsche-ap.com


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