Panamera wagon orders please Porsche execs

The U.S. order book for the redesigned Porsche Panamera includes a strong 10 percent take rate for the Sport Turismo wagon coming early next year.


Mercedes: U.S. will get complete EQ lineup

EVs are coming for every Mercedes segment in the U.S.

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