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Also in this episode: Roger Penske helps foot the bill for repairs to Detroit’s Belle Isle racecourse, and Porsche adds an S Diesel option to its Cayenne lineup.
— Ford names Fields as COO
— Repairs begin on Detroit’s downtown racetrack
— And Porsche adds an S to their line of diesels.
Bloomberg, the news organization, not the capricious dictator, is reporting that Mark Fields has been promoted to COO of Ford. Not Ford Field, it’s Ford’s Fields. He’ll be Ford’s first COO under current head honcho Alan Mulally–Many believe that the promotion puts Fields in position to succeed Mulally as the CEO of Ford.
One thing is for sure, Fields is no Samson. As his hair is cut shorter, Fields seems to be growing in strength.
Just up the road from here, Detroit’s Belle Isle racecourse is getting a makeover. Roger Penske, the promoter of IndyCar’s Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix is paying for a million worth of repairs, along with a couple of private donors. Many race fans remember that track breaking up during last July’s IndyCar race after a whole weekend of great sports car and open wheel racing.
But hang on. before looking down on Detroit, ask yourself this: How’s the racetrack in your city’s downtown doing?
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Finally, Porsche will add an S Diesel variant to its Cayenne line. The new ehhh… Thing will use Audi’s 4.2 liter Diesel V8, which should make around 377 HP and 626 ft-lbs of torque. Which should come in handy should a buyer want to pull a house off of its foundation. It should also be enough to hustle the monster to 62 mph in 6.2 seconds. Will we get it in the US? Only Porsche knows for sure.
For more on Porsche Cayenne S Diesel:
Be sure to check out our other videos at Autoweek.com. As always, enjoy the drive.