Porsche is looking to get a Porsche license for the next-generation 911 model, and the company is reportedly in the early stages of negotiations with Porsche’s production partners to get the license, according to an insider.
The source added that a license agreement could be in the works for the first time since 2009.
The company’s Porsche division is reportedly looking to sell the 918 Sport Car and its sports cars in the United States and Europe, as well as sell the new 918 Super Car.
In addition, the source said that the company’s other 911 models are also in the talks to sell in the U.S.
The source said negotiations are in the process of going forward, but it is unlikely that the 919 Spyder will ever get a production license.
The company has already said that it will not build the 992 Spyder, but the source says that there is some potential that a licensing deal may be reached for the 924 Spyder.
The Porsche 924 is the 936 Spyder that Porsche debuted at the New York International Auto Show last month.
The Porsche 918 is the new model in the Porsche lineup.
It will be offered in two different versions: the Sport Car version and the supercar version.
Porsche is hoping to sell around 7,000 of the vehicles in the US and about 7,800 in Europe.