Citing a robust economy and continued strong consumer demand for upscale brands, Porsche Cars North America officials expect 1999 will be a good year. Porsche expects to sell more than 20,000 units in the U.S. during calendar 1999, an increase of nearly 3,000 units over the 17,243 sold last year. It would be the first time since 1987 that Porsche exceeded 20,000 units in the U.S.; Porsche's U.S. sales peaked in 1986 at 30,471 cars. Porsche believes 1999 U.S. sales will break down to ...

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