Key Economic Figures

The key figures concerning deliveries and production relate to the Porsche Group (including subsidiaries). The key figures concerning suppliers relate to Porsche AG.

  • 1) Pre-series vehicles.
  • 1) Based on creditor’s billing address.
  • 1) Suppliers are considered to be local if they are based in the EU. Zuffenhausen and Leipzig are considered the main business sites.
  • 1) Relates to investments in intangible assets and property, plant and equipment.
  • 2) The previous year (2017) was adjusted due to the first application of the new financial reporting standard “IFRS 9 – Financial Instruments”.

Statement of Value added

  • 1) The previous year (2017) was adjusted due to the first application of the new financial reporting standard “IFRS 9 – Financial Instruments”.
  • 1) The previous year (2017) was adjusted due to the first application of the new financial reporting standard “IFRS 9 – Financial Instruments”.
Key Figures for Environment and Energy

The calculation and reporting method was subject to ongoing development in 2018.

  • 1) Further development of the calculation method starting from 2017.
  • 2) Increase in total material consumption in t due to increased production figures in 2018. Increase in the proportion of aluminium materials due to increased use as a lightweight construction and substitution material.
  • 1) Total incl. fuel.
  • 2) The special energy products category comprises purchased energy products such as cooling medium or pressurized air.
  • 3) Only fuel for engine test stands (petrol and diesel).
  • 1) Approx. 96% of the electrical energy comes from TÜV-certified green energy. The remaining 4% come from grey electricity contracts still in effect, which were fully switched to green energy as of 01/01/2019.
  • 1) Only production sites.
  • 1) Direct energy consumption total (Porsche AG and Porsche Leipzig GmbH) in proportion to the number of employees.
  • 1) Indirect energy consumption total (Porsche AG and Porsche Leipzig GmbH) in relation to the number of employees.
  • 1) The calculation method was further developed for 2017 and the published key figures for 2016 were adjusted according to the method.
  • 2) In principle, emissions only occur in local traffic, since 100% green electricity is used in long-distance transport. The reported value refers only to Porsche AG.
  • 3) The Nox emissions shown here refer exclusively to production processes, not to the Porsche vehicles.
  • 4) There were no emissions during the reporting period from substances included in Annexes A, B, C and E to the Montreal Ozone Depleting Protocol.
  • 1) Only production sites.
  • 1) Only production sites.
  • 1) Total greenhouse gas emissions in relation to the number of employees.
  • 2) The key figures published for 2016 and 2017 have been partially corrected.
  • 1) Only production sites.
  • 1) The key figures published for 2017 have been partially corrected.
  • 2) Other sites since 2018 are the sites in Ludwigsburg, Asperg, Weilimdorf, and Freiberg.
  • 1) Only production sites.
  • 1) The calculation includes investments at the Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Weissach, and Leipzig sites.
Key Personnel and Social Indicators

Unless specified otherwise, the key figures shown below concerning personnel and social matters relate in principle to Porsche AG and Porsche Leipzig GmbH.

  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 2) The stated number of employees corresponds to report by region (Porsche AG = Baden-Württemberg, Porsche Leipzig GmbH = Saxony).
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 2) Due to equal pay and attractive general conditions, the number of leased and temporary employees is not reported separately.
  • 3) Definition of full-time employees: Full-time employees are all workers with a contractual weekly working time of at least 35 hours. In the case of production employees who fall under the shorter working hours under the “Labour Market Agreement of the Future”, the shorter working hours agreed there are considered to be decisive for full-time employment. There are no seasonal fluctuations in the number of employees.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) We do not report on minorities, as a survey may not be conducted for privacy reasons.
  • 2) Employee turnover is not reported by age group, gender and region, as these figures are not material to us as they are not relevant to our management. The figure is also determined excluding fixed-term employment, retirement and partial retirement.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 2) Employee turnover is not reported by age group, gender and region, as these figures are not material to us as they are not relevant to our management. The figure is also determined excluding fixed-term employment, retirement and partial retirement.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 2) The total number of employees eligible for parental leave cannot be determined because employees are not required to report birth. The year of assignment is the year in which parental leave started.
  • 3) Due to longer parental leave or late start in the respective reporting year, not all employees have returned at the time of the data collection. The return and retention rate in the workplace cannot be determined on an annualized basis, as those returning in a year did not necessarily start their parental leave in this calendar year.
  • 1) Increase in the number of participants due to the introduction of a digital learning platform and a more intensive digital learning module.
  • 1) Average training hours recorded since 2017.
  • 2) The calculation and reporting method was adjusted for 2018. The previous site-based categorization “Zuffenhausen” and “Leipzig” was replaced by a company-based categorization “Porsche AG” and “Porsche Leipzig GmbH”, because data collection will be expanded to other companies of the group in the medium term.
  • 1) Average training hours recorded since 2017.
  • 2) The calculation and reporting method was adjusted for 2018. The previous site-based categorization “Zuffenhausen” and “Leipzig” was replaced by a company-based categorization “Porsche AG” and “Porsche Leipzig GmbH”, because data collection will be expanded to other companies of the group in the medium term.
  • 1) Employees from temporary employment and external companies as well as independent contractors cannot be reported.
  • 2) Minor injuries (“minor accidents”) are not included in the report. Accidents without lost days (calendar days) are considered minor accidents.
  • 3) Lost days are working days (usually Mon.–Fri.), excluding the day of the accident (>=1 calendar day lost).
  • 1) Injury rates = accident frequency index: indicates the frequency of accidents at the workplace in relation to the sum of all hours worked. The underlying calculation formula is the number of occupational accidents x 1 million hours/hours worked.
  • 1) Including donations of €22 million to the foundation assets of the Ferry-Porsche Foundation founded in 2018.