Porsche Hungaria sells 29,000 vehicles in 2021

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Vehicle importer Porsche Hungaria Kereskedelmi, a member of the Volkswagen group, sold 29,000 vehicles in 2021, CEO Balázs Németh said yesterday in Budapest, according to novekedes.hu.

SUVs remained the most popular choice in the new car market in Hungary, accounting for around half of all sales, Németh said. He added that Porsche Hungaria has a 10.7% share in the SUV market, and SUV sales accounted for 34.3% of sales at their dealerships.

Electric cars accounted for 3.2% of all sales in the country, with Porsche Hungaria having a 20.3% market share in the segment and EVs accounting for 4.1% of their overall sales, he said. Plug-in hybrids gave 3.6% of national sales, and Porsche Hungaria had a 15.7% market share in the segment, with their own sales ratio the same as the national rate.

Porsche Hungaria is responsible for sales of the Audi, Seat, Skoda, Volkswagen and Porsche brands.

It has contracts with 70 sellers and 270 service depots. Net revenue in 2021 could reac h HUF 410 billion, up from HUF 361 bln in 2020, Németh said.

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