Mumbai (Maharashtra), 28th Jan 2023: Porsche, the luxury sports car manufacturer, has reported a 64% increase in car deliveries in India for the year 2022. The company delivered a total of 779 units in the Indian market, compared to 474 units in the previous year. This marks a significant growth for the brand in the Indian market and highlights the growing demand for luxury cars in the country.
The company attributes this growth to the successful launch of several new models in the Indian market, including the Porsche 911, the Porsche Panamera, and the Porsche Macan. The company also reported a strong demand for its hybrid and electric vehicles, which accounted for a significant portion of the total deliveries.
According to a Porsche India spokesperson, “We are thrilled to see such a strong growth in our deliveries in the Indian market. The success of our new models and the growing interest in our hybrid and electric vehicles are major contributing factors to this growth. We are committed to delivering the best driving experience to our customers in India and are excited to continue this growth in the coming years.”
This strong growth in the Indian market is in line with Porsche’s global sales which are also on the rise. The company reported a total of 280,800 vehicles sold worldwide in 2022, an increase of 16% compared to the previous year.
The luxury car market in India is seeing a significant growth in recent years, with more and more customers opting for high-end cars. The increasing disposable income and the rising standard of living in the country have led to a growing demand for luxury cars. This positive trend for Porsche in India can be seen as a sign of a booming luxury car market in the country.
Porsche’s strong performance in the Indian market is a testament to the brand’s popularity and strong reputation among luxury car buyers in India. The company’s commitment to delivering the best driving experience to its customers and its focus on new models and sustainable technology are likely to continue to drive sales in the coming years.