Porsche

Porsche_Cayenne-US-car-sales-statisticsThe US has traditionally been one of Porsche’s biggest markets, and this position has only been strengthened of late – the brand is on course to sell more than 50,000 cars in 2015, the first time it’d have done so in a single year. As it stands, the US already accounts for more than a quarter of Porsche’s sold globally each year.

Two factors contribute to Porsche’s success in the american market. First, the 911 has a long history in the US, and finds a broad audience ranging from the newly rich, through hardcore enthusiasts all the way to well-off retirees. Second, the Cayenne, Panamera and lately the Macan have successfully appealed to people who want a “sports car” but also have a family to haul around. It should come as no surprise that it’s not the 911 that’s Porsche’s most popular model in the US, but the Cayenne SUV.

Also find Porsche sales in Europe.

 

Porsche
All Models
2014
Porsche
All Models
2015
Porsche
All Models
2016
Porsche
All Models
2017
January 3.096 3.937 4.354 4.159
February 3.232 3.202 3.561 3.637
March 3.808 4.291 4.323 4.479
April 4.072 5.217 5.410 5.529
May 4.609 4.268 4.578 4.805
June 4.101 4.223 4.482 4.516
July 4.300 4.730 3.878
August 4.540 5.008 5.181
September 3.607 4.424 4.479
October 3.667 4.070 4.506
November 4.699 4.450 5.513
December 3.275 3.936 4.015

Porsche
All Models
Market
Share
2016 54.280 0,31%
2015 51.756 0,30%
2014 47.006 0,28%
2013 42.324 0,27%
2012 35.043 0,24%
2011 29.023 0,23%
2010 25.320 0,22%
2009 19.696 0,19%
2008 26.035 0,20%
2007 34.693 0,21%
2006 34.227 0,21%
2005 31.933 0,19%
2004 31.473 0,19%
2003 28.417 0,17%
2002 21.315 0,10%
2001 23.041 0,10%
2000 22.410 0,10%
1999 20.875 0,10%
1998 17.243 0,10%
1997 12.976 0,10%
1996 7.524 0,00%
1995 6.078 0,04%
1994 5.838 0,04%
1993 3.729 0,03%
1992 4.115 0,03%
1991 4.428 0,04%
1990 9.139 0,07%
1989 9.479 0,07%
1988 15.737 0,10%
1987 23.632 0,16%
1986 30.471 0,17%
1985 25.306 0,16%
1984 20.024 0,14%
1983 21.831 0,16%
1982 14.407 0,14%
1981 11.241 0,10%
1980 10.490 0,10%
1979 13.818 0,10%
1978 17.018 0,11%
1977 19.896 0,13%
1976 14.192 0,11%
1975 16.224 0,15%
1974 21.029 0,18%
1973 23.771 0,16%
1972 20.464 0,15%
1971 17.239 0,14%
1970 13.898 0,14%
1969 5.893 0,05%
1968 7.458 0,06%
1967 6.700 0,07%
1966 6.195 0,06%
1965 4.599 0,04%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Boxster, Cayman, 911, Panamera, Macan, Cayenne918 Spyder, Carrera GT, 924S, 944, 968, 928 and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

Porsche
All Models
2014
Porsche
All Models
2015
Porsche
All Models
2016
Porsche
All Models
2017
January 3.096 3.937 4.354 4.159
February 3.232 3.202 3.561 3.637
March 3.808 4.291 4.323 4.479
April 4.072 5.217 5.410 5.529
May 4.609 4.268 4.578 4.805
June 4.101 4.223 4.482 4.516
July 4.300 4.730 3.878
August 4.540 5.008 5.181
September 3.607 4.424 4.479
October 3.667 4.070 4.506
November 4.699 4.450 5.513
December 3.275 3.936 4.015

Porsche
All Models
Market
Share
2016 54.280 0,31%
2015 51.756 0,30%
2014 47.006 0,28%
2013 42.324 0,27%
2012 35.043 0,24%
2011 29.023 0,23%
2010 25.320 0,22%
2009 19.696 0,19%
2008 26.035 0,20%
2007 34.693 0,21%
2006 34.227 0,21%
2005 31.933 0,19%
2004 31.473 0,19%
2003 28.417 0,17%
2002 21.315 0,10%
2001 23.041 0,10%
2000 22.410 0,10%
1999 20.875 0,10%
1998 17.243 0,10%
1997 12.976 0,10%
1996 7.524 0,00%
1995 6.078 0,04%
1994 5.838 0,04%
1993 3.729 0,03%
1992 4.115 0,03%
1991 4.428 0,04%
1990 9.139 0,07%
1989 9.479 0,07%
1988 15.737 0,10%
1987 23.632 0,16%
1986 30.471 0,17%
1985 25.306 0,16%
1984 20.024 0,14%
1983 21.831 0,16%
1982 14.407 0,14%
1981 11.241 0,10%
1980 10.490 0,10%
1979 13.818 0,10%
1978 17.018 0,11%
1977 19.896 0,13%
1976 14.192 0,11%
1975 16.224 0,15%
1974 21.029 0,18%
1973 23.771 0,16%
1972 20.464 0,15%
1971 17.239 0,14%
1970 13.898 0,14%
1969 5.893 0,05%
1968 7.458 0,06%
1967 6.700 0,07%
1966 6.195 0,06%
1965 4.599 0,04%

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