With Boxster and 911 sales booming, Porsche Cars of North America Inc. expects the sport/utility vehicle (SUV) it will get in 2002 to be another hit, says Chief Executive Frederick J. Schwab. Mr. Schwab says Porsche expects to build 25,000 SUVs annually. Some 10,000-15,000 of those will be shipped to North America, he says. That could propel Porsche's North American sales beyond 30,000 units annually. Porsche sold 17,239 cars in the U.S. last year and expects 1999 sales to hit 20,000 ...
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