EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – A decision on expanding Porsche AG's product portfolio with a fourth model won't be made until next year, says Peter Schwarzenbauer, CEO of its North American subsidiary. Eighty percent of 911 is new. "We are looking at many different segments including a super-premium car," he says. "We will do what makes sense for us, and we are not rushing this (project)." It will be several years before the new vehicle enters the market, if Porsche decides to give it the ...

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