BERLIN -- Porsche is currently unable to deliver a number of cars due to a lack of components, including the matrix headlights found on the Macan and Panamera models.
"Currently we have retrofit vehicles again," Porsche production boss Albrecht Reimold told Automotive News Europe sister publication Automobilwoche.
Reimold said that in Leipzig, Germany, where the Panamera and Macan models are produced, several hundred vehicles on the factory floor cannot be completed because of the supply bottleneck with the headlights.
Reimold said the situation was still tense in the supply chain: "At the moment it is really very tense because we have to be constantly vigilant," he said. "It is difficult to forecast when the situation will fundamentally improve."