MUMBAI – Porsche says sales in India should top 500 vehicles this year, four times the number the German car maker delivered in 2010. Expected to help drive demand is the latest version of the Cayenne cross/utility vehicle, launched here last week with a turbodiesel engine. The Cayenne already is the most popular Porsche in India, accounting for more than 65% of the brand’s sales. Porsche, which entered the Indian market in 2003, now offers five models with 37 variants. It expects its ...
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