Brexit: Porsche remains committed to UK market
Porsche CEO Oliver Blum
CEO of Porsche Oliver Bloom is usually confident the UK market will remain major brand
Porsche will remain committed to the automotive market within the United Kingdom despite the vote in a referendum to leave the EU, according to Executive Director of the German car company, Oliver Bloom.
Bloom also said which which is usually premature to announce whether Brexit force Porsche to boost the cars they sell in which country rates.
“We will continue to work closely with our colleagues within the United Kingdom along with we did before – for initially because they are our friends, he was the second because I think the enthusiasm of Porsche within the UK remains at the same level within the future too,” the the launch yesterday of brand-new Porsche Panamera .
“At which moment, we can not think or talk about [prices]. We have to see how all the steps [out within the UK] will go within the future. At the moment, I do not feel able to say what which means. ”
Bloom result of the referendum, which was 52% of the voters’ desire to leave the European Union, which came as a personal shock also said to be the work of the future strategic cooperation with Porsche GB.
Porsche delivered 12,167 brand-new cars within the UK in 2015, up via 9160 in 2014. The largest European markets within the home province of the any, Germany, where he was handed over 28,953 cars last year.
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