Porsche is Going to be a No Show at the Next Detroit Auto Show

Due to a lack of Porsche sales in Detroit, Porsche is going to be a no-show at the next Detroit Auto Show. The automaker wants to focus on regions where it has more customers.

Porsche only sold 290 cars in Michigan last year vs. 8827 in California.

“It was purely a business decision,” Tony Fouladpour, a spokesman for Porsche Cars North America Inc, told Automotive News. ”We want to target our marketing resources on more direct customer contact.”

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