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Porsche managed to increase its global deliveries last year by 2.6% despite worldwide supply chain issues that crippled other carmakers as well as sales of its first all-electric car.

The German sports car manufacturer said it delivered 309,884 vehicles to customers last year, up from 301,915 vehicles in 2021.

“The many challenges caused by the war in Ukraine, interrupted supply chains and the ongoing semiconductor crisis have shaped the past year and put us to the test,” Detlev von Platen, Porsche’s head of sales and marketing, said in a release.

Luxury vehicle sales have fared better than mainstream models amid high interest rates and inflationary pressures.


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