Porsche AG will invest €120 million ($153 million) in its assembly plant in Leipzig, Germany, to accommodate production of the 4-door Panamera sport coupe. Engines will come from Porsche’s main plant in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, while painted bodies will come from a Volkswagen AG plant in Hanover. Among the reasons for involving Hanover is that it allows for a wider array of colors than other plants in Volkswagen’s manufacturing network. Porsche owns a controlling interest in Volkswagen. ...

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