No, no That website is just a snapshot in time, in that case in May 18. It doesn't matter. Sales have tanked. The 2013 981 was the best year. The 2005 was the beginning of the 987, which was even better but no Cayman. If you go back further in time, 986 sales rocked it. It's been all downhill.That is interesting, see my comments in the image below, surprising, I guess that Porsche can get away with 'sports car' sales like this if the Macan and others pay the bills?
LOL, yeah, good luck with that. Since 70% of all cars sold are now SUVs and pickups, and gas is only going to go lower as the US is now energy independent (Monthly varies), and vast areas of the ANWR and off shore are still untouched, expect gas to go lower than $2.Increase the price of gas in the States will assist in sales of all smaller cars. My wish is for a total ban on all SUVs and pickup trucks throughout North America. If you genuinely need a pickup that is work related then those drivers and only those drivers can get a pickup.
But back to K-Man S's original question. I don't want to sidetrack this. Porsche will do what its always does. These are not numbered cars. They will build to n-1. If you think sales equal to or greater than 981 GT4 sales means success, prepare to be disappointed. The big numbers of sales (2400?) are pent up demand. That demand is done. IMO, no matter what they do, 718 GT4 sales will track with (no pun intended) 981 sales. Somewhat down from 981 numbers but not as bad as the Boxster numbers. But regardless of demand, they will build n-1.