Volkswagen's sports-car maker Porsche AG is seen reporting high-teens Ebit margins but won't be able to reach Ferrari's margin, which was around 25% in 2021, Bernstein analysts say in a note. "While EBIT margins are impressive for a car OEM [original equipment manufacturer], they do not reach Ferrari's, are towards the lower end of luxury companies, and have displayed typical cyclicality - especially during downturns," say the analysts about Porsche's margins. German car maker Volkswagen is planning to list part of its Porsche AG subsidiary, which Bernstein gives a fair market value of around EUR75 billion, on the stock market later this year. Porsche delivers around 300,000 cars annually, while Ferrari sells around 11,000 vehicles a year, the analysts say. (kim.richters@wsj.com)

 

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