Right now there is no word on how long the pause is going to last for the newly impacted models. However Porsche reports Panamera and Macan production is planned to restart March 11th.

All this news comes just a few days after the German manufacturer announced it stopped delivering vehicles to Russia.

“The German car manufacturer operates 26 Porsche Centers throughout Russia and in the 2021 financial year, a total of 6,262 vehicles were delivered in the country, representing a small sliver of the 301,915 vehicles that Porsche delivered worldwide last year. Russia’s most popular Porsche model for 2021 was the Cayenne, accounting for 54 per cent of all deliveries with 3,431 units sold,” according to Carscoops.


The crisis in Ukraine has had a huge domino effect across the car industry, including the skyrocketing price of gasoline around the country.

It’s bad news any time of the year, but especially after the devastating fire aboard the Felicty Ace, a cargo ship carrying, among other vehicles, plenty of Porsches. While about half of the 4,000 cars impacted were Audis, Porsche lost approximately 1,100 vehicles.