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Justin Bimmer

Porsche Cars North America 2,141

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Porsche Reports Sales Up in June

Begins Selling New Cayenne and Panamera V6

ATLANTA, July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA), importer and distributor of Porsche sports cars, Cayenne SUVs and the Panamera Gran Turismo in the United States, today announced June sales in the U.S. of 2,141 units compared to the same period last year when it sold 902, an increase of 137 percent.

Halfway through the calendar year, Porsche has now sold 10,984 new cars, ahead of last year’s six-month pace of 9,659, up 14 percent.

All models in Porsche’s portfolio enjoyed strong showings, led by the Panamera, which recorded sales of 739 units for the month. June’s results represent this four-door Porsche’s best one-month total to date. While the majority of Panamera sales were V8s, the record month also included sales of the newly launched V6 powered Panameras, which just began arriving at dealerships around the country in late June.

Sales of Porsche’s popular Cayenne SUV increased significantly for the month of June as the German automaker began delivering its all-new 2011 Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo models late in the month to dealerships throughout the country. Total Cayenne sales for the month were 496, up 80 percent from the previous year when sales were 275. Porsche will begin selling the V6 Cayenne and its first production hybrid ever later this fall.

Also notable for June were sales of the German automaker’s iconic 911 sports car with sales of 544, up 48 percent over the same period in 2009. Additionally, Porsche’s mid-engine roadster, the Boxster, recorded robust sales of 240, an increase of 75 percent for June. Meanwhile, the Cayman recorded sales of 122 for the month.

For the month of June, Porsche’s Approved Certified Pre-Owned vehicle sales were 585, compared to 561 for the same period last year-to-date. Midway through 2010, Porsche has sold 3,813 CPOs compared to 3,456 the year previously.

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