The new '03 Cayenne sport/utility vehicle will provide the volume needed to ensure Porsche AG's independence, says Porsche Cars of North America Inc. President Frederick J. Schwab. Porsche isn't for sale, lease, or rent, says Mr. Schwab. “We remember the days in the late '80s and early '90s when we made the bad decision to charge too much for our cars because of the weakness of the dollar, when our sports cars were behind the times in design and engineering and there were rumors of a ...

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