Porsche's annual global vehicle sales broke the 300,000 mark for the first time last year as the automaker overcame chip shortages to fulfill rising global demand for its cars, especially plug-in-hybrid models.
Deliveries increased 11 percent to 301,915, Porsche said in a statement. Porsche's previous record annual sales were 280,800 in 2019.
The Taycan full-electric sedan outsold the iconic 911 sports car for the first time with 41,296 deliveries, an increase of 106 percent.
The company sold 38,464 units of the 911, a rise of 12 percent.
In Europe, 40 percent of Porsche cars sold last year were either full-electric or plug-in hybrid.