It’s Not All Doom and Gloom
Porsche has always stood out as an automaker. The company makes some of the best sports cars out there and has for a very long time. While the cars stand out, so do the company’s sales numbers. If you look at the sales numbers for 2019, you’ll see that the company did very well at a time when most of the companies out there are struggling.
According to GoodCarBadCar.net, sales for the automaker were up by more than four percent in the U.S. Yahoo News reported that the company’s sales were up by 10 percent globally. This brings the total number of vehicles sold around the world by Porsche to about 280,800 vehicles.
“We’re optimistic that we can sustain the high demand in 2020,” sales chief Detlev von Platen said in a statement about the company’s success.
It stands to reason that Porsche would continue to see strong sales in 2020. The company has released its Taycan electric four-door car with great fanfare. The company is poised to take on the new entrants in the automotive industry, like Tesla. The company also owns a significant percentage of Rimac, which has some of the most advanced electric car and battery technology out there. Things are looking up for Porsche, and it will be interesting to see how long the company can sustain it.