AID compiled figures for the ten months to October this year show that Porsche is on track to breach this year the 50,000 annual West European car sales barrier for the very first time, thus setting a new regional all-time car sales record for the brand. That, put into perspective, is twice the number of cars it sold in the region in the early 2000s
More of Porscheís high-status cars have already been sold in Western Europe so far this year than during the whole of 2013.
With yet another two months of car sales statistics to come for the current year, Porsche, after just ten months, has already topped the 43,166 cars it sold in Western Europe during the whole of last year.
But thatís not all.
With its ten months sales to October ballooning to 44,146 units - up 20 per cent on a year ago - Porsche, AID figures reveal, has already equalled the 44,293 cars it sold during the full twelve months of pre-crisis 2007.
Porsche's 10-months West
European sales gain compared to same period last year
A year that stands out in West Europeís autoindustry record books as Porscheís best-ever car sales year.
Judged from Porscheís slam-bang pace of advance during this yearís ten-months to October, and with yet another two months sales to come, it goes without saying that this year Porscheís long-standing 2007 car sales record in Western Europe will be pulverised.
Thatís the message from AIDís latest European car sales trends which paints a remarkably cheery picture for Porscheís sales turnout in Western
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