Despite COVID-19 Porsche made $1.4billion profit, $14.64 billion in sales revenue, and $1.45 billion return the first half of 2020

The global pandemic has had some major effects on the global auto industry but Porsche seems to be pushing along just fine. The iconic brand has released a $1.4billion profit, $14.64 billion sales revenue, and $1.45 billion return on sales for the first half of 2020. Those numbers are down compared to last year though yet still impressive.

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Having established its status in the sports-car hall of fame with the legendary 911, Porsche also makes some of the best SUVs to be had. The Macan is a realistic choice as a daily driver, offering the performance of a sports car with the utility of an SUV.

Porsche is thanking their impressive new products like the new 911 range, the new Taycan, and Cayenne Coupe. Porsche’s sales may have dropped 12.4% at 116,964 units compared to last year but still aren’t horrible. The new Turbo S, a popular option, has a wider track width allowing for more stability and more intake room for cooling ducts. New adaptive cooling flaps up front improve aero. There are also staggered wheels with 20’s upfront and 21’s outback. It gets PDCC, rear steering, ceramic brakes with 10 piston calipers up front, and PASM along with an active sport exhaust. The interior is just a nicer version of the new 992 interiors with leather, carbon trim, and 18-way seats. The Turbo S coupe will start at $203,500 in the US.

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