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The Porsche Passport subscription plan being piloted in Atlanta is bringing new and younger customers to the Porsche brand at rates beyond expectation.
Porsche SE has been ordered by a German court to reveal what management at VW AG and automaker Porsche knew about the diesel scandal and whether any evidence was destroyed.
Porsche will develop a platform for electric sports cars and supercars that may also be used by Audi and Lamborghini. The architecture will be parent VW Group's third purpose-built platform for full-electric cars.
A roundup of brands, from Maserati to Volkswagen, that will unveil new product at the Detroit auto show.
With three new variants of its 911 due to be on sale by the end of next year, Porsche is looking for a big year from its flagship sports car.
Orders for the GTS variants are "looking very good" since the order bank for the cars opened earlier this fall, the CEO of Porsche Cars North America said.
Porsche will make a final decision next year whether to build full battery-electric and coupe versions of its Cayenne and Macan crossovers.
Plug-in Panamera proves popular at Porsche; Toyota plans Detroit debut for new Avalon; Behind ZF CEO's downfall; EU, Japan hammer out trade deal; Where lumbar meets Lambo.
Porsche said 60 percent of buyers of its revamped Panamera four-door coupe opted for the partly battery-powered version from its sales start in June through October.
Porsche will push for more power and battery range when it electrifies its flagship sports car early next decade.
The Porsche 911 will likely get a plug-in hybrid variant mid-way through its next generation, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume says.
If October's Tokyo auto show lacked any meaningful production debuts that consumers could bank on, this week's Los Angeles auto show will help fill the void.
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