Porsche mulls a hybrid variant of 911Nov. 17
Schutz: Saved Porsche 911Nov. 7
Peter Schutz, who died last week at age 87, made the landmark decision to keep the 911 after Porsche executives had pegged the 911 to be discontinued so that Porsche could focus on more contemporary front-engine models, the 944 and 928. Schutz was named the first American CEO of Porsche AG by Ferry Porsche in 1981.
2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T gets the good stuff, goes on a dietOct. 24
911 version shows street cred of Porsche's GTS variantsMay 29
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First Shift: Sergio still open to GM tie-upMarch 7
Porsche dealers to get extra 911s they soughtFeb. 6
Porsche's U.S. dealers will get the additional 10 percent bump in allocation of the 911 sports car for which they've been pleading. "It is going to happen," Klaus Zellmer, CEO of Porsche Cars North America, said in an interview at the National Automobile Dealers Association convention.
Porsche poised for another sales gain in '17Nov. 28, 2016
Porsche North America CEO Klaus Zellmer says the brand can increase sales again in 2017 despite a declining luxury market. He forecasts sales comebacks for Panamera, 911 and Boxster, which all have been down in 2016 due to changeovers.
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Porsche speeds ahead with 911 turbo; purists fretMay 2, 2016
Porsche's U.S. leader thinks sales of the iconic 911 can go higher. Potential buyers nervous about the nameplate's move to turbocharged engines who test out the cars will be won over by its improvements, he says.