Although Porsche introduced uniform base prices valid for all Boxster and 911 models in all Euro countries in August 1999, and thus of necessity made the associated price and equip-ment adjustments for Great Britain as a non-Euro country, the unexpectedly great increase of the British currency since then has given rise to significant price differences between the Continent and the UK. With its decision to reduce prices, Porsche can further enhance the competitiveness of both its dealer organisation in Great Britain and of its sports cars com-pared to competitors' products.
Expecting to sell more than 4,300 vehicles in Great Britain this business year (1st August 1999 to 31st July 2000), the Stuttgart-based automobile manufacturer anticipates a similarly high sales volume to that of the previous year. With the price reductions, Porsche intends to achieve a further increase in sales of its Boxster and 911 models in the United Kingdom over the next business year.
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