Delivering a total of 1710 cars in GCC, Levant, Africa and India from July to September, Porsche has recorded a steady growth of five percent each year. This quarter was also a witness to its peak performance since the last five years.
Displaying its new well-thought out strategy, the JumPStart, Porsche has materialised its plan of growth by providing max support to all its business partners, thereby increasing its business growth and profit in the third quarter. This enabled Porsche Middle East and Africa FZE (PME) to gain a momentum of nearly five percent increase every year to achieve the results seen for the latest quarterly outcome. During this three month period of July 2020 to September 2020, the manufacturer delivered a total of 1710 cars all around the region from GCC to India. Dr. Manfred Braeunl, the Chief Executive Officer at Porsche Middle East and Africa FZE chalked up the results as a proof of the hard work and commitment of every individual in the organization who wanted to be ready for business conditions to revert to their normal circumstance.
He also explained how they teamed up with their business partners to tackle this challenge by implementing new initiatives, welcoming creative ideas and increasing support measures for all. Dr. Manfred also appeared optimistic for the upcoming months despite the demand and pressure of work awaiting them. He focused on the need to remain flexible to cater to individual market needs, and was also quick to assure that they would grow even more the next year, with help from their new products and trusted importers. The company’s star vehicle, the Cayenne, has stayed true to its title and brought in new delivery orders. This has also increased with Cayenne now being available as a Coupe, further expanding its influence over the market. The Macan, which is almost as famous as the former, is a high-demand vehicle in the dual-door sports car line-up. Like the Cayenne, it has also increased its reach by adding the 911 Turbo S, 911 Targa 4 and the 911 Targo 4S. Taking up the challenge of growth by the following year, Porsche had also scheduled the launch of ‘Taycan’. Coming in three different variations of 4S, Turbo and Turbo S, the Taycan opens up new doors for the company and ushers in a new age of electric-run sports cars.
Being a trademark Porsche car, this electric vehicle can produce a maximum of 761 PS and matches acceleration of the Porsche 911 GT2 RS with sheer power. The Turbo S boosts itself from 0 to 100 km/h in a minute 2.8 seconds. In addition to this stunning car, Porsche will also introduce the Cayenne GTS and 718 segments, fitted with 4.0 litre six-cylinder box engines sporting automatic transmission. Prior to these launches, Porsche has already publicized the market availability of Panamera, known for its sports car-level performance combined with a luxury car comfort. This has made the Panamera a much awaited vehicle which is now open for sale. The customers are also free to make a choice among three variants of Panamera plug-in hybrid models, boasting a thirty percent increase in the fully electric roster.
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