Porsche to relocate U.S. headquarters to ex-Ford facility, plans to build track
The old plant has since been leveled and the ground has been scrubbed of environmental hazards left from years of industrial use, so Porsche will need to start from scratch. That's probably a good thing, since the German company reportedly plans to build a new offices where the plant was demolished and a new test track very similar to the automaker's facility in Silverstone, England. Porsche's lease at its current location ends in 2013, and it is likely to take several years to complete a new facility.
If true, the move would bring hundreds of new marketing and sales jobs to the region, though most positions are likely already filled at Porsche's current suburban location. Porsche is expected to make the announcement on Thursday.
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