Porsche AG updates product range and doubles dividends

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  • Chairman of the Executive Board Oliver Blume: “In 2023, Porsche impressed while realising all its ambitious forecasts. Our financial position is robust and, even in uncertain times, we remain highly profitable. For Porsche, 2024 is a year of new product launches, with the biggest model launch programme in the company’s history. In the past months we have launched new models for five model series. We are thereby laying the foundations today for our profits tomorrow – and for future dividends.”
  • Chairman of the Supervisory Board Dr Wolfgang Porsche thanks the company’s employees: “With your exceptional personal commitment and conscientiousness, you have all made a significant contribution to making the past financial year another successful one, despite all the challenges, enabling us to set new standards with our products in 2023 as well.”
  • For the 2023 financial year, the Executive and Supervisory Boards propose a dividend of 2.30 euros per ordinary share and 2.31 euros per preferred share.

Stuttgart. Porsche AG holds its virtual Annual General Meeting on 7 June. Chairman of the Executive Board Oliver Blume expresses his satisfaction to the company’s shareholders and explains the current strategy, which the management aims to continue pursuing despite the challenging macroeconomic conditions.

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