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Porsche Canada has a new CEO!


Porsche Cars Canada has named Marc Ouayoun as thei new CEO,  effective Jan. 1. He will be taking the leadership of Canadian operations amid a period of significant growth here for the luxury automaker.

Ouayoun, 46, comes to Canada after working as the managing director of Porsche France. He succeeds Alexander Pollich, 50, who will assume a new role as managing director at Porsche Cars Great Britain after more than four years leading the organization in Canada.

Under Pollich’s leadership, which began in September 2013, Porsche in Canada has posted 50 consecutive months of sales growth. Porsche also relocated and expanded its corporate headquarters, which includes its first training facility.

In fact, Porsche has posted sales growth in 70 consecutive months in Canada.

In 2016, Porsche sold an unprecedented 7,061 sports cars in Canada, up 10 per cent over the previous year. Through the first 10 months of 2017, Porsche sold 6,835 vehicles, up 14.5 per cent over 2016.

There are currently 19 Porsche Centres in Canada and one City Showroom in the Quartier DIX30 mall in Brossard, QC.

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