Panamera Outsells All Other Porsches in America
There's strength in numbers, or so the saying goes. Purists who feel that a proper Porsche should have two doors and an engine in the back may take solace in that thought, because the latest sales figures for the German automaker in the American market have just come in.
For the first time since its (admittedly recent) introduction, the new Porsche Panamera has become the company's top seller Stateside. In fact the 678 Panameras which Porsche sold in the U.S. in April comes in at more than double that of the 911, Porsche's core product.
The Cayenne sport-utility vehicle was the top seller, averaging 800 per month over the course of last year, but while the Panamera may have usurped the truck's throne, the introduction of the new Cayenne could see it return to the top spot in short order.
Gallery: 2010 Porsche Panamera