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Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA) introduced Porsche Passport, a new sports car and SUV subscription program, which provides members flexible access to Porsche vehicles via a mobile app. This month-to-month subscription program offers frequent vehicle exchanges, unrestricted mileage, and on-demand access for up to 22 different Porsche models. In a new relationship with Clutch […]
The world-renowned crest synonymous with exquisite sporting performance on the road was recently seen with a layer of ancient dirt and dust during an exciting offroad romp in historic Siem Reap in Cambodia.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: SUVs are booming. It’s not just here, or China and the United States, but in Europe as well, particularly in Eastern and Central Europe.
PGA Cars Inc., the authorized Porsche importer in the Philippines, launched the new Macan last July 2 at the PGA Cars Showroom in Greenhills.
Porsche’s foray into cars with more than two doors has been quite successful, with the Cayenne and Panamera making up more than 65% of unit sales. Now the company that began with a single sports car model is expanding into the small, premium SUV market with the Macan. What is it: Porsche says this […]
After initially snobbing SUVs as too utilitarian, China is rapidly becoming an SUV market. Porsche is capitalizing on that by introducing multiple versions of its new Macan compact SUV. After launches of the Macan S, Macan S Diesel and Macan Turbo models, the introduction of a base Macan represents a logical extension of the Porsche […]
No less than Matthias Muller, president and CEO of Porsche AG introduced new cars at the Beijing auto show. Aside from the Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS, Porsche also rolled out the new Macan compact SUV. Also on the stands were the Panamera long wheelbase version, 919 hybrid Le Mans challenger, 911 RSR race car, […]
So Porsche has finally taken the wraps off of the Macan. Cynics are probably snickering at how Porsche, the once hallowed bailiwick of hard-core, track-addicted, uncompromising sports car enthusiasts, has finally succumbed to the wide and easy path of the wicked, milking the sacred badge for all its financial worth—which is quite substantial, indeed.