GENEVA — German sports car maker Porsche AG is launching its flagship 911 Turbo following the Geneva Auto Show held earlier this month. The car bristles with engineering features expected in a car that's designed to approach 321 km/h (200-mph) speeds on the German Autobahn. But Porsche President Wendelin Wiedeking talked more about the car's stopping ability than the Turbo's speed in premiering the car. That's because Porsche has created a new dimension in brakes for cars. The Porsche ...

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