NEW YORK – The new Panamera sedan, which gets the credit for eking out a 6.0% first-quarter sales gain for Porsche Cars North America Inc., is meeting objectives for the brand, a top U.S. executive says. PCNA has delivered more than 2,500 Panameras since the premium sedan debuted six months ago, with deliveries so far in 2010 totaling 1,485. More importantly, 80% of Panamera sales have pulled buyers away from other brands, the auto maker says. The car competes with the Mercedes S-Class ...

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