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Porsche hopes Macan SUV will emulate Cayenne’s success in China


Porsche said it expects the Macan compact SUV to have a significant volume impact when it goes on sale in China in the second half of next year. Currently, Porsche's best-selling vehicle in China is the Cayenne, with the carmaker hoping to build on the success of the larger SUV in order to increase sales in the world's largest car market. ...
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