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Macan will push Porsche past its 200,000 units target years in advance


Destined to become its best-selling model, the yet unrevealed Macan should help the German premium-sports automaker surpass its ambitious sales goal with years to spare. According to analysts, the goal of surpassing annual vehicle sales of 200,000 will be reached up to four years ahead of schedule and the brand will become even more profitable now that it's part of the ...
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Porsche global sales up 25 percent in January
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[VIDEO] Porsche Cajun named the Macan – enters production in 2013
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Porsche gears up for a new record year in 2012
German sportscar maker Porsche expects sales to grow by more than 6.5 percent this year, which would make 2012 a new record year for the brand. According to Bernhard Maier, Porsche's ...
Porsche to increase production; can’t keep with Cayenne demand
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