LEIPZIG, GERMANY – Porsche AG has no plans to introduce diesel powertrains for its products anytime soon, but is looking to reenter motorsports and expand its reach in the sports car segment "in short order." While Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking refuses to comment on which market segments Porsche is concentrating on, sources indicate the auto maker is working on a vehicle to compete against the Mercedes-Benz CL-Class. "As far as our sports car model lines, we have a number ...

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