Officially, Porsche AG continues to insist it won't build a diesel-powered version of its new Cayenne SUV. Although SUV-making partner VW will feature diesel power for its Toureg, Porsche won't offer a diesel in Cayenne, shown here "Look at BMW's (gasoline) V-8 sales since the launch of the diesel engines," says one Porsche manager, noting the increased availability of its high-powered diesels has seriously undermined demand for BMW AG’s gasoline V-8s. However, Porsche boss ...

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