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Final 2007 Production Numbers for 997?

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Does anyone happen to know how many Porsche built and send state-side in 2007? Was showing a friend of mine the new 911 tonight and he asked.



(from Porsche.com.usa )

Noth American sales for 2007

Cayenne : 13,370

911 ( all variants ) : 13,153

Boxter : 10,153

Cayman : 6,249

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I don't know why I thought that the Boxster was the bread and butter for Porsche, followed by the Cayenne. I thought that the 911 would be #3. But I guess if you consider the Boxster and the Cayman as the same car then it is. The 911 has like 15 variations so it would only be fair to count the 4 variations of the Boxster and Cayman as one car as well.

So the Boxster/ Cayman = 16,402 units.

The 911 really does well when you consider the price.

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