As welcoming new brands and cars around the world, the sale markets become more and more compatible. It seems that Porsche found the solution far away from home, its actually in Africa and Middle East. As this company reports it’s a record in five past years. A sharp climbed in the sales. Even COVID-19 couldn’t stop it.
Porsche in the Middle East and Africa had experienced its best first quarter in five years. 2,064 new cars were delivered to customers in the GCC, the Levant, Africa and India. Also, Dubai will be the next track for the following months. Although COVID-19 is still rocking, the India quarter of Porsche, the Porsche Macan, reports Porsche as the fastest growing luxury car brands in the country in 2021.
It seems that Dr Manfred Braeunl, the Chief Executive Officer at Porsche Middle East and Africa FZE, is completely satisfied with the results. This powerful start for the 2021, made Breaunl optimistic. He sees this success on the long investigations in 2020. Now Porsche could see the India’s first ever Porsche Studio in Delhi and a second facility opening for Porsche Centre Mumbai, which offer showroom upgrades and new facilities. He says:
”I thank all our business partners for their tireless, hard work over the last three months and the outstanding performance it has returned. This is proof that the measures we collectively put in place during 2020 for this year, combined with an attractive product range and further new models on the way, are working as we intended.”
In the Middle east the Porsche Macan recorded a 35% of all new car deliveries. But still, 911 is the best first quarter since 2014. Also, from every four cars of Porsche one was a two-door sports car (that’s the 718 range). Cayenne is also other popular name in Middle East. This sector as the represents of Porsche SUVs handles 614 units and the last one is Panamera. The Porsche Taycan, as the first all-electric car of this company, faced a good feed-backs. It sold also 184 units in the variants of 4S, Turbo and Turbo S.