Business Performance and Outlook

In 2020, Porsche delivered 272,162 vehicles. The stable result is only three percent below that of the record year 2019 and exceeds the deliveries of 2018 by almost 16,000 vehicles. The Europe region forms the most successful Taycan market, while China remains Porsche's largest single market. After a robust result in 2020, Porsche is optimistic to see further positive development in 2021.

BUSINESS PERFORMANCE

Global economy in reverse gear

The robust growth of earlier years came to an abrupt halt in 2020. The global economy shifted into reverse gear, with a negative growth rate of minus 4 per cent (2019: +2.6%). The global coronavirus pandemic and resulting impact on supply and demand were the key contributory factors. The average rate of growth in gross domestic product (GDP) was well down on the previous year in both the developed economies and the emerging markets. Governments and central banks across the world responded with fiscal and monetary policy measures, and interest rates fell even further. On average, consumer prices rose more slowly worldwide than in 2019.

GDP in Western Europe was down 7.2 per cent (2019: +1.3%). In addition to the impact of the pandemic, the uncertainty surrounding Brexit was a further negative factor as the UK negotiated its exit from the European Union (EU). In Germany, consumer and business confidence picked up gradually over the course of the year. However, economic output for 2020 was down by 5.3 per cent (2019: +0.6%). GDP in the economies of Central and Eastern Europe also fell considerably in the reporting year, down by  3.7 per cent (2019: +2.5%). The situation in Russia was much the same, with a fall of 4.1 per cent (2019: +1.3%).

US economic output for 2020 was down by 3.6 per cent (2019: +2.2%), with a doubling in the unemployment rate to more than 8 per cent. In neighbouring Canada, GDP decreased by 5.7 per cent (2019: +1.9%), while the fall in Mexico was 9.0 per cent (2019: 0). Brazil’s economy shrank by 4.6 per cent (2019: +1.4%). In Argentina, the economy continued to contract, but at a much higher rate than before, with a fall of 11.1 per cent (2019: -2.1%). The Chinese economy was exposed to the negative impact of the pandemic earlier in 2020 than other countries but subsequently benefited from a relatively low number of new infections as the year went on. GDP recorded a net increase of 2.3 per cent (2019: +6.1%). In Japan, economic output for 2020 fell by 5.4 per cent (2019: +0.3%).

Performance of car markets

In 2020, the global automobile market shrank compared with the previous year for the third year in a row. The contraction during the reporting year amounted to 15.2 per cent, resulting in a total of 67.7 million new cars. Total new car registrations in Western Europe fell by almost a quarter (-24.5%) compared with the previous year, to 10.9 million vehicles. The negative impact of the spread of coronavirus could be felt in all countries in this region from March 2020 onwards. New registrations remained in negative territory despite the recovery that took effect in the second half of the year. With sales of 2.9 million units, a drop of 19.1 per cent, Germany performed somewhat better than the UK (-29.4%), France (-25.4%), Italy (-27.9%) and Spain (-32.1%).

In North America, the sales of passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles (up to 6.35 tons) decreased by 15.9 per cent to 17.1 million units. The US market also contracted by 14.5 per cent to 14.6 million units. Here, the drop affected the passenger vehicle segment more severely (-26.8%) than light commercial vehicles, which includes pick-ups (-9.8%). The reduction in new registrations in Canada was even more marked at -19.7 per cent. In Mexico the market shrank by 28.0 per cent, while there was a similar picture in Brazil (-26.7%). The passenger vehicle market in the Asia Pacific region amounted to 30.9 million units in the reporting year, 9.6 per cent below the previous year’s total. Here, China recorded a drop of 6.5 per cent to 19.9 million vehicles, and the Japanese market witnessed a decrease in demand of 11.2 per cent, to 3.8 million cars.

2020 – robust result for deliveries

Porsche profited operatively from its strong global organisation in 2020: the sports car manufacturer delivered a total of 272,162 vehicles during the course of the year. The stable result is just three percent below that of the record year 2019 and exceeds the sales achieved in 2018 by just under 16,000 vehicles. This means that the year under review is the second most successful in the company’s history – in spite of the coronavirus crisis. A young and attractive product range, the successful launch of the all-electric Porsche Taycan and the strong charisma of the brand provide the foundation for this success.

A total of 20,015 Taycan cars were delivered in 2020 – in spite of the production shutdown. However, the positive momentum of the vehicle was maintained by flexible measures, for example for market premieres. Most Taycan cars were delivered to the US, corresponding to 4,414 vehicles. The company had started deliveries of the first all-electric Porsche in December 2019. The second-strongest Taycan market was the region of Northern Europe including Benelux and Austria, accounting for 3,604 vehicles, followed by Germany with 3,294 units. However, Taycan sales started only during the course of 2020 in most markets.

The Cayenne enjoyed the highest demand worldwide, with 92,860 units delivered and an increase of one percent compared with the previous year. A third of the vehicles delivered were the Coupé version. The two-door sports cars were also very popular with customers. A total of 21,784 vehicles of the 718 models were delivered – six percent more than in the previous year. The sports car icon Porsche 911 was handed over to customers 34,328 times. 78,124 Macan vehicles were delivered, along with 25,051 Panamera vehicles.

The E-Hybrid Cayenne and Panamera models were again in high demand. Around a quarter of the Cayenne and Panamera vehicles worldwide were delivered in this variant. Globally, 10 percent of all Porsche cars delivered are now Plug-In Hybrids. A total of 17 percent of all new vehicles now have an electric drive; this share is even around one third in Europe.

The highest-volume Porsche market remains China with 88,968 vehicles delivered – an increase of three percent compared with 2019. The Asia-Pacific, Africa and Middle East region also continued to develop positively overall: 121,641 vehicles were delivered there, corresponding to an increase of four percent compared with the same period in the previous year.

Stable demand in the coronavirus year 2020

Due to the coronavirus crisis, 2020 was a very challenging year for the Porsche sales organisation. Many dealerships worldwide had to close temporarily in the spring. At the end of the year, there was a renewed lockdown in some markets. Demand recovered noticeably during the course of the year in other countries, and in some cases there was even growth year-on-year. It was therefore possible to partly catch up the downward trends in the first quarter again. This meant that the performance of Porsche was thus robust overall in terms of the delivery balance.

1950 356, 2020 Taycan Turbo S, Porsche Experience Center Atlanta, 2020, Porsche Cars North America, Inc.

America

USA: second-largest Porsche market
In the United States, around half of the Porsche dealerships were forced to close temporarily due to the coronavirus pandemic in March and April. However, the sales figures already recovered in May and June. This development accelerated further in the third and fourth quarters. In the end, the company was therefore able to hand over 57,294 vehicles to customers in the reporting year. This represents a decrease of seven percent compared with 2019. As a result, the US remains the second-largest Porsche market by far. 4,414 Taycan models were among the vehicles delivered. After Europe, the US therefore accounts for the second-highest number of deliveries of the first all-electric sports car from Porsche. The most successful model in the US was again the Macan, with a total of 18,631 vehicles delivered. The Cayenne almost matched this with 18,092 vehicles. The 911 was delivered to a total of 8,840 customers. The Panamera was delivered 3,870 times, while the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman accounted for 3,447 units in total.

Canada: seventh-largest market
Porsche delivered 7,402 vehicles in Canada last year – a fall of 18 percent. The Macan was most successful with 2,483 vehicles. Followed by the Cayenne with 2,342 vehicles. 914 customers took delivery of their Porsche 911. For the Taycan, there were 844 customers. 551 units of the 718 models were delivered; this corresponds to growth of 43 percent compared with 2019. 268 Panamera cars completed the deliveries in Canada. 28 percent of these had an E-Hybrid drive.

Latin America: high E-Hybrid share
Porsche delivered 2,446 vehicles in Latin America (excluding Brazil) last year. This represents a decrease of 16 percent compared with 2019. The most successful vehicle in the reporting year was the Cayenne with 1,101 units, while 575 Macan cars were handed over to customers. 441 Porsche 911, 195 units of the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman, and 75 Panamera vehicles were also delivered. Electric mobility is popular among Porsche customers in Latin America: the deliveries included 59 Taycans. In addition, the share of E-Hybrid models was also high: 43 percent of the Panamera models and 23 percent of the Cayenne vehicles were E-Hybrid models.

Brazil: record 911 sales
The figures for Brazil were very good in 2020 in spite of the coronavirus crisis: Porsche was able to deliver 35 percent more vehicles there than in the previous year. The total deliveries were 2,487 units. All models showed increases, apart from the Panamera with 126 vehicles. The 911 was the most successful model with 774 vehicles. This was followed by the Cayenne (649 vehicles – plus 13 percent), Macan (508 vehicles – plus three percent) as well as the 718 models (426 vehicles – plus 21 percent). The first four Taycan vehicles were delivered to customers at the end of 2020.

911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet, Concept store "Porsche@CityLife", Milan, Italy, 2020, Porsche AG

Europe

Europe region: most successful Taycan market
In the Region Europe (excluding Germany), sales remained comparatively stable. Porsche delivered here in total 55,580 vehicles. This represented a decrease of only four percent compared to the previous year. Cayenne was most popular with 17,444 vehicles. 13,050 Macan were handed over to customers. Taycan was in the first year already in third place with 9,714 vehicles. This was followed by the 911 with 8,623 vehicles. There were 3,933 deliveries of the 718 mid-engine sports cars. A total of 2,816 customers took delivery of their Panamera. The E-Hybrid models were again very popular in this region: the share was 64 percent for the Panamera and 52 percent for the Cayenne.

Germany: a 911 and Taycan year
Porsche delivered 26,152 vehicles in its home market. This represents a drop of 17 percent compared with the previous year. There was a high level of demand for the Taycan with 3,294 units delivered. The Porsche 911 was the bestseller with 7,351 vehicles. The Macan was in second place with 5,620 vehicles. Followed by the Cayenne, of which 5,243 units were delivered. 2,842 customers received their 718 Boxster or 718 Cayman, and 1,802 customers took delivery of their Panamera. 702 of these were Sport Turismo models – a share of 39 percent. The E-Hybrid shares were also high: 59 percent for the Panamera, 39 percent for the Cayenne.

Great Britain: Taycan in second place
British customers are loyal to Porsche. This was also shown by the year 2020: a total of 14,270 vehicles were delivered. It is the second best sales result in the history of the market – despite the Brexit challenges. That is seven percent less than 2019 – a comparatively moderate decrease. The considerable increase for the Taycan in particular was responsible for this result: 3,179 units of the all-electric Porsche were delivered. This made it the second most popular Porsche model in the United Kingdom. The Macan was again in first place with 3,907 vehicles. A total of 3,096 Cayenne vehicles were delivered. The 911 was handed over to customers 2,052 times, while 1,483 units of the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman and 553 Panamera models were delivered.

France: Highest E-Hybrid share of all Porsche markets
In France, a total of 5,088 vehicles were handed over to customers, twelve percent less than in the previous year. The Cayenne was the bestselling model with 2,282 vehicles. An increase of 48 percent. The remaining ranking: the 911 with 832 vehicles, Macan with 800 vehicles, Taycan with 579 vehicles, the 718 model series with 331 vehicles and Panamera with 264 vehicles, 46 percent of which as Sport Turismo. The share of electrified cars among all deliveries was at around 60 percent in 2020. France has the highest E-Hybrid share of all Porsche markets. It is 46 percent across all models. The top values of 95 percent for the Panamera and 93 percent for the Cayenne are responsible for this.

Italy: 911 with increase
Porsche delivered 5,815 vehicles in Italy last year – 13 percent less than in 2019. The figure also includes 372 Taycan vehicles. The bestselling model was again the Macan with 2,195 units. 1,391 Cayenne vehicles were delivered. The sports car icon 911 saw an increase in deliveries: 1,213 vehicles and thus three percent more than in the previous year were delivered to customers. 371 customers received their 718 Boxster or 718 Cayman, and 273 customers took delivery of their Panamera.

Spain/Portugal: Taycan in third place
A total of 2,965 Porsche vehicles were delivered in Spain and Portugal in 2020 – a decrease of 16 percent compared with the previous year. Both countries were hit particularly hard by the Corona pandemic. The Cayenne was most successful with 977 units delivered. 878 Macan vehicles were received by customers. The Taycan was in honorable third place with 361 vehicles, although the public charging infrastructure in the two markets is still limited. 327 customers decided to purchase the 911 model series and 243 customers chose the Panamera. 179 units of the 718 models were delivered.

Switzerland: 14 percent Taycan
Porsche delivered a total of 3,510 vehicles in Switzerland over the course of last year. This corresponds to a decrease of six percent compared with 2019. With 492 Taycans delivered, the new electric vehicle achieved a 14 percent share of the market right from the start. With 1,081 units, the Macan was once again the most popular model series among Swiss customers. This was followed by the iconic 911 sports car with 798 deliveries. The best-selling 911 was the high-performance 911 Turbo S Coupé. 748 Cayenne vehicles were delivered, and 232 vehicles from the 718 Boxster/718 Cayman model series were handed over to Swiss customers. A total of 159 Panamera vehicles were delivered. The Sport Turismo variant accounted for 65 percent of these. This is the highest share of this derivative in all Porsche markets.

Central and Eastern Europe: 911 and 718 with significant sales growth
In the year under review, Porsche delivered 6,571 vehicles to customers in Central and Eastern Europe. The two-door sports cars enjoyed considerable growth: a total of 857 units of the 911 were delivered– a plus of 25 percent compared with the previous year. There were 406 vehicles in the case of the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman, corresponding to an increase of 23 percent. The Cayenne was the model delivered most frequently with 2,408 units. The Macan followed in second place with 1,475 deliveries. The Taycan was in third place: 971 were delivered to customers. This corresponds to almost 15 percent of all Porsche deliveries in Central and Eastern Europe. A total of 454 Panamera vehicles were handed over to customers.

Russia: Cayenne with share of 65 percent
Porsche delivered a total of 5,711 vehicles to Russia last year. 65 percent of these and an all-time high were Cayenne vehicles: 3,756 units. The model therefore saw an increase of two percent. The Macan was in second place with 1,177 vehicles. The Panamera followed with 300 units delivered. The Porsche 911 was delivered to 229 customers, corresponding to a growth of twelve percent compared with 2019. 156 customers chose the Taycan which was only delivered from December onwards. The 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman mid-engine sports cars were sold 93 times. This represents an increase of 22 percent compared with 2019.

Northern Europe (including Benelux and Austria): Taycan with share of almost 31 percent
Porsche delivered a total of 11,650 vehicles to the Northern European region in 2020. This represents an all-time high and a strong increase of 20 percent compared with the prior-year period. 1,389 vehicles were delivered to Austria in the reporting year. Within Northern Europe, Taycan made a significant contribution with a total of 3,604 vehicles delivered to customers. This corresponds to a share of almost 31 percent and makes the Taycan the strongest model line. Northern Europe was therefore also the second-largest global market for the first fully electric Porsche in 2020. The two-door sports cars enjoyed the strongest growth in the overall market region. A total of 838 vehicles of the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman were delivered – an increase of 18 percent. The Porsche 911 accounted for 2,315 vehicle deliveries – the sports car icon therefore saw an increase of ten percent. A total of 2,786 Cayenne vehicles were handed over to customers. A plus of seven percent. 1,537 Macan were delivered, along with 570 Panamera. Also in 2020, the Plug-in Hybrid versions of Cayenne and Panamera achieved impressive shares within Northern Europe. Whilst 81 percent of all Cayenne were delivered in the E-Hybrid version, for Panamera it was even higher with a share of 85 percent.

Asia

China: undisputed leader
In 2020, China was the undisputed largest single market for Porsche. This was in spite of almost all dealerships being closed in February. However, demand picked up again rapidly afterwards. Deliveries had almost reached the level of the previous year in China by the start of the summer. Porsche delivered a total of 88,968 vehicles there in the year as a whole. This represents an increase of three percent compared with 2019. The largest share was accounted for by the Cayenne with 35,791 vehicles (plus ten percent). This was followed by the Macan, of which 28,710 vehicles were handed over to customers. 13,325 Panamera vehicles were delivered. The strongest growth was achieved by the two-door sports cars: 7,304 vehicles from the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman series were delivered – a plus of 50 percent. In the case of the 911, the increase was even 70 percent with a total of 2,398 vehicles. The Taycan achieved 1,440 deliveries right from the start in China.

Japan: 911 drives the highest ever sales
Porsche deliveries in Japan grew by one percent in the previous year – a stable result in a difficult global environment. The company delivered a total of 7,141 vehicles to the customers. The highest-volume model was again the Porsche 911. 1,795 units of the Porsche icon were delivered. It was followed by the Macan with 1,765 vehicles. The Cayenne was in third place – 1,498 vehicles were handed over to customers – representing a growth of 44 percent compared to 2019. The 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman were delivered 1,416 times. 640 Panamera vehicles were delivered. The sales launch of the Taycan in Japan will take place in 2021.

Taiwan: defying the global trend
Porsche was able to grow by four percent in Taiwan last year. The sports car manufacturer handed over a total of 3,868 vehicles to customers in the country – a new sales record in this market. The most popular model remained the Cayenne with 1,893 vehicles. Its deliveries increased by 22 percent in comparison with 2019. A total of 1,126 customers took delivery of their Macan. The two-door sports cars also experienced strong growth: 340 customers received the 718 models, corresponding to an increase of 33 percent compared with the prior-year period. A total of 298 Porsche 911 were delivered, representing an increase of 19 percent. Furthermore, 146 customers took delivery of their Panamera and 65 customers were able to get behind the wheel of their Taycan for the first time.

South Korea: single market with strongest growth
The Porsche single market with the strongest growth was South Korea. The sports car manufacturer delivered 83 percent more vehicles in 2020 compared with the previous year. This corresponded to an absolute total of 7,850 vehicles. There were considerable increases in the model lines. The model with the highest volume was the Cayenne with 3,768 vehicles (plus 62 percent compared to 2019), followed by the Panamera with 1,686 vehicles (an increase of 50 percent). The 911 also enjoyed significant growth with a total of 1,151 units. There were 486 deliveries of the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman. A total of 711 units of the Macan were delivered. 48 customers in South Korea took delivery of the Taycan, which was delivered for the first time shortly before the end of the year.

Asia-Pacific: Macan most popular
In the Asia-Pacific sales region, Porsche handed over a total of 2,529 vehicles to customers in 2020. This represents a decrease of 16 percent compared with 2019. The Macan was most popular in this region, with a total of 907 vehicles delivered. It was followed by the Cayenne with 866 vehicles. The 911 (364 vehicles) and the 718 model series (207 vehicles) both saw growth – with an increase of three percent in each case. 160 Panamera vehicles were delivered. 25 units of the Taycan were delivered. This model was handed over to customers for the first time at the end of 2020.

Middle East, Africa and India: best second half result in five years
In the Middle East and Africa region, Porsche recorded 6,202 new car sales and enjoyed an encouraging post-lockdown upturn with the best second half retail numbers in five years. The Cayenne maintained its position as best-selling model with 2,788 deliveries. Followed by the Macan with 1,880 vehicles. Despite challenging conditions, the Taycan was successfully introduced in several markets in the final months of the year. A total of 948 units of the 911 were delivered. The 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman put in a good performance with growth of seven percent and 391 vehicles delivered. Accounting for 21 percent of total regional sales, the United Arab Emirates was the largest market for Porsche Middle East and Africa in 2020, closely followed by South Africa. The GCC countries remained a key contributor representing a 62 percent share of new deliveries.

Australia: two percent growth
Porsche handed over 4,243 vehicles to customers in Australia last year, corresponding to a year-on-year increase of two percent. A remarkable result taking into account the tense Coronavirus-situation in the country. The Macan was again the model with the highest volume and saw growth of seven percent to 2,158 vehicles. The Cayenne achieved an increase of two percent, with 1,385 vehicles delivered. The 911 was in third place with deliveries of 431 sports cars. 246 mid-engine 718 models were handed over. Additionally, 23 customers took delivery of their Panamera. The sales launch of the Taycan in Australia will take place in 2021.

OUTLOOK

World economy en route to recovery

Our planning is based on the assumption that global economic output will recover on the whole this year. We believe that the effects of the pandemic can be stemmed sustainably in 2021. The anticipated level of growth will probably not be sufficient to return the country to its 2019 GDP level, however. We consider protectionist tendencies, potential turbulence on the financial markets and structural deficits in some countries to be a source of risk. At the same time, growth prospects are being kept in check by ongoing geopolitical tension and conflict. Nevertheless, we believe that both developed economies and emerging markets will register positive movements in economic output.

According to our forecasts, economic growth in Western Europe will strengthen significantly in 2021. This will also be true for Germany. Similarly, we anticipate growth in Central and Eastern Europe, but on the basis of surveys expect only a moderate expansion in the Russian economy. For the United States we forecast that unemployment will fall but remain high. Overall, the economy there should improve considerably. We also anticipate a rise in economic output in neighbouring Canada and Mexico. Our forecast for the Brazilian economy is for a strong growth rate. Meanwhile, in Argentina we do not expect any improvement in the economic situation following three years of declining GDP. Our calculations show that the Chinese economy will continue to grow at a relatively fast pace in 2021. In Japan we expect economic output to increase a little.

Positive growth of car markets

According to our forecasts, demand in the world’s passenger car markets will increase overall in 2021. This is based on the assumption that the pandemic can be contained on a lasting basis. We anticipate that new registrations in Western Europe will rise significantly in 2021. This will be the case for all of the major markets, i.e. Germany, the UK, Italy, Spain and France. Passenger car markets in Central and Eastern Europe will also record notable growth, we believe.

We expect that demand in the markets for passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles (up to 6.35 tons) in North America and the United States in particular will increase considerably compared with the previous year. Furthermore, the highest demand is expected for vehicles in the SUV and pick-up segments. We also expect sales to increase in Canada and Brazil.

Passenger car markets in the Asia Pacific region are expected to be noticeably above the previous year’s level in 2021. We anticipate that demand in China will also clearly exceed the previous year’s figure. Good-value, entry-level SUV models in particular can be expected to remain very popular. The market in Japan is also expected to  improve slightly in 2021 on the whole.

 

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Consumption data

Taycan Turbo

WLTP*
  • 26.6 – 22.9 kWh/100 km
  • 0 g/km
  • 383 – 452 km

Taycan Turbo

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Electric power consumption* combined (WLTP) 26.6 – 22.9 kWh/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 0 g/km
electric range combined (WLTP) 383 – 452 km
electric range in town (WLTP) 432 – 498 km
NEFZ*
  • 28 kWh/100 km
  • 0 g/km

Taycan Turbo

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Electric power consumption* combined (NEDC) 28 kWh/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 0 g/km

911 Turbo S

WLTP*
  • 12.3 – 12.0 l/100 km
  • 278 – 271 g/km

911 Turbo S

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (WLTP) 12.3 – 12.0 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 278 – 271 g/km
NEFZ*
  • 11.1 l/100 km
  • 254 g/km

911 Turbo S

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 11.1 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 254 g/km

Cayenne E-Hybrid Models

WLTP*

Cayenne E-Hybrid Models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
NEFZ*
  • 3.3 – 2.4 l/100 km
  • 76 – 56 g/km
  • 23.5 – 21.6 kWh/100 km

Cayenne E-Hybrid Models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 3.3 – 2.4 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 76 – 56 g/km
Electric power consumption* combined (NEDC) 23.5 – 21.6 kWh/100 km

911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet

WLTP*
  • 11.1 – 10.4 l/100 km
  • 252 – 235 g/km

911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (WLTP) 11.1 – 10.4 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 252 – 235 g/km
NEFZ*
  • 10.2 – 9.9 l/100 km
  • 234 –225 g/km

911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 10.2 – 9.9 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 234 –225 g/km

911 Carrera Models

WLTP*

911 Carrera Models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
NEFZ*
  • 10.2 – 9.4 l/100 km
  • 234 – 215 g/km

911 Carrera Models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 10.2 – 9.4 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 234 – 215 g/km

718 Boxster models

WLTP*
  • 11.1 – 8.9 l/100 km
  • 251 – 201 g/km

718 Boxster models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (WLTP) 11.1 – 8.9 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 251 – 201 g/km
NEFZ*
  • 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
  • 249 – 185 g/km

718 Boxster models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 249 – 185 g/km

718 Cayman models

WLTP*
  • 11.1 – 8.9 l/100 km
  • 251 – 201 g/km

718 Cayman models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (WLTP) 11.1 – 8.9 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 251 – 201 g/km
NEFZ*
  • 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
  • 249 – 185 g/km

718 Cayman models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 249 – 185 g/km

Cayenne Coupé models

WLTP*
  • 14.1 – 11.6 l/100 km
  • 319 – 263 g/km

Cayenne Coupé models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (WLTP) 14.1 – 11.6 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 319 – 263 g/km
NEFZ*
  • 11.6 – 9.4 l/100 km
  • 264 – 214 g/km

Cayenne Coupé models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
fuel consumption combined (NEDC) 11.6 – 9.4 l/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 264 – 214 g/km

Taycan Turbo S

WLTP*
  • 25.6 – 24.3 kWh/100 km
  • 0 g/km
  • 390 – 416 km

Taycan Turbo S

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Electric power consumption* combined (WLTP) 25.6 – 24.3 kWh/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (WLTP) 0 g/km
electric range combined (WLTP) 390 – 416 km
electric range in town (WLTP) 434 – 477 km
NEFZ*
  • 28.5 kWh/100 km
  • 0 g/km

Taycan Turbo S

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Electric power consumption* combined (NEDC) 28.5 kWh/100 km
CO₂ emissions combined (NEDC) 0 g/km