Porsche AG says it has enough orders for its upcoming Cayenne SUV to sell out its first-year production run of 25,000 units. The German auto maker also says it is poised to record its ninth record year of profits in 2003. It is relying on the Cayenne to help boost profits, expecting the new SUV to account for upwards of 50% of its total global sales. "The Cayenne is the biggest challenge the company has ever faced throughout its entire history," Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking says at the ...
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