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Porsche India sold 914 new cars in 2023, 17% growth

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Since Porsche’s inception in the Indian market, 2023 has been the best sales year for the German brand. The sportswear manufacturer reveals that it has recorded sales of 914 new cars in 2023. This converts to a 17% overall growth compared to 2022. This is also a whopping 64% as compared to the year prior. The brand is also celebrating its 75th year anniversary and updated its logo making it even more recognisable.

Porsche India – Festival of Dreams Mumbai

Porsche India revealed that keeping its commitment towards an electric future the brand delivered the keys to 113 BEVs during the year. Also, in the same year Porsche made record deliveries for the iconic 911, a legendary sports car from its stable.

Porsche India – New Showrooms

The brand in the last year saw the inauguration of five showrooms across popular cities in India. Porsche India saw the opening of showrooms in Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai. In addition to this, the brand also plans to open new showrooms in Pune and Hyderabad. Porsche reveals that the new showrooms will be open in the first half of the year further expanding its network.

Porsche India – Cayenne Driving Experience

Recently, Porsche India hosted the regional and international media for the overnight Cayenne Drive Experience. Porsche customers were also part of the Cayenne Driving Experience. In addition to this, the brand also hosted 45 customers at the Porsche Ice Experience in Levin, Finland. The brand also reveals that the company will soon be repeating the adventure for its customers soon.

Porsche India – Motorsports

Furthermore, India’s first Formula One driver Narain Karthikeyan also set a new lap record for both a production car as well as an EV at the Buddh International Circuit. The new lap records set at the Buddh International Circuit are for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the Porsche Tacan Turbo S.

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