FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - German luxury car maker Porsche saw a strong rise in both vehicle sales and revenues for the first ten months of its business year, which ends in July, the company said on Wednesday. Sales of its 911, Boxster and Cayenne models increased 18.2 percent to 61,496 vehicles, while revenues climbed 14 percent to 5.06 billion euros ($6.16 billion), Porsche said.
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