GERMANY: Porsche's name heats up
The Porsche sport-utility coming in 2002 will be hot, and its name will be at least semi-hot. It will be named Cayenne, Porsche President Wendelin Wiedeking told the German newspaper Die Welt. Porsche is constructing a factory in Leipzig, in former Eastern Germany, to build 25,000 Cayennes a year, while partner Volkswagen AG plans to build 80,000 units of its version, the Colorado, in Bratislava, Slovakia
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