By Nick Tattersall FRANKFURT, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Porsche , famed for its growling sports cars, said on Wednesday it was set to launch a low-powered version of its Cayenne sports utility vehicle -- one of the slowest models it has produced in decades. The world's most profitable car maker said the new model, equipped with a V6 engine from Volkswagen , would take 9.1 seconds to hit 100 kilometres an hour, almost as long as it takes its fastest sportscar to reach double that ...
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