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Porsche investigates the new Macan for brake failure


According to the German luxury automaker, a probe of 2,500 new Macan cars has started, with the company aiming to assess whether there are any braking problems. The investigation was started by the carmaker after initial quality checks showed that possibly some of the brake booster units used for the new SUV model were potentially damaged during assembly. Porsche specifically said that ...
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Macan expected to drive up sales and profits at Porsche
The Germany based Porsche, owned by Volkswagen AG, has evolved from the very traditional sports car manufacturer into a sprawling luxury carmaker that makes its fortunes in the SUV segment. And ...
UK gets eco-friendly Porsche Macan
Because demand in China exceeded expectations and the version is now in short supply, the only European country to get a “greener” Macan derivative is Great Britain. Don’t get fooled by ...
Three-door Porsche Macan gets rendered
The first renderings with the three-door version of the Porsche Macan have made their way onto the web, revealing a rather good-looking version of the small SUV. Porsche has already unveiled ...
After Macan, Porsche considers adding a new model
The new Macan SUV is just being prepped for launch, but Porsche is not dwelling, already considering plans for a further expansion of the line-up, with what would be their ...
Porsche opens expanded Leipzig plant
As the German automaker prepares to meet demand for its latest SUV model, the Macan, the production site in Leipzig underwent a 500 million euro expansion. The facility, which had its ...
Porsche confident in exceeding 200,000 sales target by 2015
Matthias Mueller, Porsche AG’s Chief Executive Officer has forecast that the company expects to surpass its previously appointed sales target by the end of next year, thanks to increasing demand ...
Report – Porsche already considering raising Macan production
A German magazine reported that German luxury carmaker Porsche is already considering stepping up production of its new Macan compact sports utility vehicle. WirtschaftsWoche reported, without citing its sources that over ...
Porsche aims high with SUV models
The maker of the iconic 911 sports car is accelerating expansion beyond its traditional niche with the new Macan, which just debuted at this week’s Los Angeles Auto Show. Vying with ...
Porsche sees bigger profit in 2014 thanks to 918 Spyder and Macan
As the Macan compact sport-utility vehicle and the 918 Spyder hybrid join the product lineup, Porsche Ag said profit growth is likely to restart in 2014. The luxury sports brand is ...

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