Porsche New Cars in India
Porsche is an iconic car manufacturer, known for its sportscar range, which includes the 911, Cayman and Boxster. There was outrage when the company announced it would make the Cayenne SUV, but that has proved to be a sound decision indeed, with the Cayenne making money for Porsche hand over fist. Indeed, Porsche is singularly the most profitable car company in the world! There's also the Panamera, and Porsche has shown it is not afraid of venturing into segments which most other niche car makers would dither to do. Porsche offers its entire range for sale in India, with the cars being fully imported.
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It hasn't been the best of years for the Indian auto industry. Data compiled by the Society of Indian Autmobile Manufacturers (SIAM) shows that over the past 12 months, production has grown by just 1.2 %, from April 2012 till March 2013. The industry produced 1,685,355 vehicles in March 2013 as against 1,845,868 in March 2012, which declined by (-) 8.70 percent.
The Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers (SIAM) has released a White Paper today, strongly opposing the proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the European Union. The proposed India-EU FTA seeks to curb and eventually cease import duties on completely built-up (CBU) vehicles imported into India from the European Region. SIAM’s contention is that such a move will adversely impact domestic car manufacturers.
In an exciting initiative to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 911, Porsche Cars GB will be racing a classic example of the iconic sports coupe in historic motor sport this year.
Just a few months before the first customer vehicle of the new Porsche Macan will roll off the assembly line, German auto manufacturer Porsche has expressed their desire to hire 1,000 skilled employees with professional qualifications in body construction, painting, assembly and quality assurance at the Porsche plant in Leipzig.
A Jaipur court has issued an arrest warrant against Porsche’s global CEO Matthias Muller, and eight other executives of the company, all of whom are European and GCC (Gulf Co-operation Council) nationals. The warrants were issued following a case filed by Precision Cars India, the former importer of Porsche cars in India.