The most interesting thing is that the top model for the brand last month was the all-electric Porsche Taycan, which beat even the Macan. Unfortunately, no numbers were provided.
The German brand is still 10.4% down year-to-date (at 12,104 new registrations), but it seems that it was able to improve its results in the second half of the year thanks to EVs. Plug-in sales in the UK are doing really well.
Autocar noted also that the Porsche Taycan turned out to be the #1 ‘luxury saloon’ in the first nine months of the year (1,605 registrations), above BMW 7 Series (901), Mercedes S-Class (607) and Panamera (445).
The Taycan sales are really strong in 2020 and the company expects to exceed its target of 20,000 units.