As if anticipating the debutante’s grand entrance, Porsche executives anxiously awaited as we broke from our early morning meeting for our first "in person" glimpse of the new Cayenne cross/utility vehicle. We were gathered in Leipzig, Germany, for the launch of the new plant where the Cayenne is to be built. The ground rules were clear: We had 10 minutes to scour the vehicle and no static photos were allowed (although shots could be taken of people mingling around the car.) The ...
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