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Glass can make or break the acoustic comfort of a car and Porsche is much too aware of this. To cut out unnecessary outside noises that can create discomfort for the driver and passengers, the carmaker has created a sophisticated thermally … Continue reading
The one-box design differentiates itself from existing minivans, though we won’t blame anyone for finding at least some similarities with Porsche’s wild Vision Renndienst prototype. The Smart Pod is characterized by large-diameter wheels, toned-up fenders, short overhangs, and a sculpted … Continue reading
New car owners love their Porsches and their Dodges. But nearly all new car owners are infatuated with their new cars, and mass-market brands are catching up to luxury automakers in appeal. Click here to read more.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued three recalls with implications for the auto glass industry. The recalls affect New Flyer Industries Volkswagen Group of America, and Porsche Cars North America recently published three recalls that may affect … Continue reading
The National Highway Traffic Safety Association has issued two recall reports on defects on windshield bonding reported by Porsche and Nissan. On March 2, 2017 Porsche issued a recall on 21 of its 2017 models. According to the recall, windshields … Continue reading
Auto maker Porsche has reached a settlement for an undisclosed sum with plaintiffs in a case that accused the company of a “windshield glare” defect in some of its vehicles. In court documents dated September 15, plaintiffs Alyce Rubinfeld and … Continue reading
Problems with vehicle technology continue to affect reliability, according to the J.D. Power 2016 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS). The number of problems with infotainment, navigation and in-vehicle communication systems—collectively known as audio, communication, entertainment and navigation or ACEN—has increased … Continue reading
Porsche management has denied allegations by two vehicle owners that they knew about a “windshield glare” issue that causes visibility problems. Continue reading
A U.S. District Court judge has denied Porsche’s motion dismiss a class action complaint brought by two owners who allege a “windshield glare” visibility issue. Continue reading
Two California-based Porsche owners have filed a state class action lawsuit alleging their vehicles have a “windshield glare” visibility issue. Continue reading