NASHVILLE – Ten years ago, Porsche Cars North America Inc. nearly vanished from the market. Today, the importer has its sights set on a new U.S. sales record. Cayenne has Porsche on track for 20% sales gain in U.S. “Long term, Porsche has the potential to double sales,” says PCNA President and CEO Peter Schwarzenbauer, adding he thinks the importer will top the 40,000-unit mark for the first time ever within “a couple of years.” Parent Porsche AG hit its low point in North ...
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