Intrepid drivetrains are gaining traction among performance-car enthusiasts, and Porsche is well positioned to meet the demand, says the chief of the storied brand’s North American operations. The auto maker has beefed up its Carrera mix to include more 4-wheel-drive versions and, in November, the all-wheel-drive 911 Targa 4 and Targa 4S arrive in U.S. dealerships. “We underestimated the demand for the C4, and especially the C4S,” says Peter Schwarzenbauer, president and CEO of Porsche ...
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