Exclusivity and social acceptance, innovation and tradition, performance and everyday usability, design and functionality – these are the brand values of sports car manufacturer Porsche.
In fiscal year 2020, Porsche presented its extensively revamped Panamera, which combines the performance of a sports car with the comfort of an exclusive saloon and now covers an even wider range: with its top model, the 463 kW (630 PS) Panamera Turbo S, the sports car manufacturer is underscoring its high standard of best-in-class performance. The Panamera 4S E-Hybrid is a consistent continuation of Porsche’s E-Performance strategy and constitutes a new addition to the range of plug-in hybrids, offering a completely new drive system with 412 kW (560 PS). Compared with the previous hybrid models, the all-electric range has been boosted by up to 30%.
Porsche celebrated the world premiere of the 911 Targa 4 and 911 Targa 4S models in 2020, completing its new generation of the 911 with the third vehicle body variant. The innovative, fully automatic roof system remains a distinguishing feature on all versions of the Targa; and just like the legendary original Targa model from 1965, it features the characteristic wide bar as well as an automated retractable roof section above the front seats and a wraparound rear window. An eight-speed dual-clutch transmission and intelligent all-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management deliver compelling performance and sporty driving pleasure. In the 911 series, the new generation of the 911 Turbo S has also been available in Coupé and Cabriolet versions since 2020. The new range-topping 911 offers unprecedented power, driving dynamics and luxury. It is being launched with a new 3.8 l boxer engine that delivers 478 kW (650 PS) of power, a whopping 51 kW (70 PS) more than its predecessor. The 911 Turbo S sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.7 seconds, while top speed is 330 km/h.
Porsche delivered 272 thousand sports vehicles to customers in fiscal year 2020, 3.1% fewer than in the previous year. China remained the largest single market, and Porsche was able to increase its sales there by 2.6% to 89 thousand vehicles. Porsche’s unit sales amounted to 265 thousand vehicles in the reporting period. This was 4.2% fewer than in the previous year. The 718 and the Taycan saw growth. Porsche produced a total of 263 thousand vehicles in 2020, 4.1% fewer than in fiscal year 2019.