Not that you asked for it, but it looks like Porsche is planning on gauging interest in a station wagon version of the Panamera amorphous sedan/hatchback at this September's Paris Motor Show.
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Porsche enthusiasts here in North America are buzzing at the news that they'll get a chance to see the latest 911 iteration before the 2011 Los Angeles Auto show in November.
Production of the Porsche Cayenne and Porsche Panamera have been stopped at the automaker's Leipzig, Germany assembly plant, on account of flooding in the region.
Talking among friends in elementary school, I fondly remember all of us coming to the consensus that when we all became rich, we’d each have race tracks surrounding our houses.