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Dealer's belief in Porsche led to $5 million store

Tue, 01 Jun 2010

Car dealer Jack Daniels IV is used to seeing the grins on people's faces when they hear his name. And he's OK with it. "People have said, 'It's my favorite drink, so I thought I'd buy a car from you,' " says Daniels, who in April opened the largest Porsche dealership in America.

Tesla Model S: First customer cars in June

Fri, 11 May 2012

Tesla Model S - deliveries start in June (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Tesla Motors will deliver the first customer Tesla Model S cars to customer in the US in June as Tesla finally hits the make or break point. The Tesla Model S has been a long time coming, but Tesla now say that the first Model S cars will start to arrive with customers in the US in June, slightly ahead of schedule – which must be a first for Tesla. The first 1,000 deliveries will be of the range-topping Signature Series cars which come with the big 85kWh battery pack and lots of toys and cosmetic embellishments, but after that it’s regular Model S deliveries, although the cheaper versions with smaller battery packs and lower range won’t arrive until later.

2014 Porsche Cayman gets a performance-testing iPhone app

Wed, 08 May 2013

To promote the new 2014 Cayman, Porsche has cooked up an iPhone app called “Cayman Code of the Curve.” You're probably already rolling your eyes at the prospect of another automaker app that is little more than a downloadable advertisement, but this seems to be something different -- the app is designed to record your driving performance in real-time and then share results with friends. Porsche enthusiast site flatsixes.com has an exclusive first look at the app, which is still in development but is reported to be coming “soon.” Based on preliminary screenshots provided by Porsche, the app instructs users to set up a variety of courses -- cone slalom, autocross and reaction-time challenge courses are shown -- then uses the iPhone's internal accelerometer and GPS receiver to track and record your performance. You'll also be able to use the app's “record your curve” function to share favorite drives with friends on Facebook.