VIENNA — Porsche AG says it expects to sell more of its upcoming Cayenne sport/utility vehicles (SUV) than originally thought, upping annual production goals to 25,000 units from the 20,000, says Wendelin Wiedeking, Porsche chairman. The Cayenne will be built at a new plant in Leipzig, Germany, still under construction, with the launch of pilot vehicles this fall. Wiedeking says Porsche looked at various production locations before deciding on Germany. “Of course, we could produce the ...
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