Porsche is embracing the digital, interconnected age we live in by setting up shop in Silicon Valley. The German sportscar/crossover maker announced plans to open a digital technology center to complement ongoing work at its Ludwigsburg-based digital division. According to Reuters, Porsche's intent with the Silicon Valley-based technology center is to forge new partnerships, invest in new companies, and expand its cooperation with venture capital companies. Back in Ludwigsburg, Porsche's digital technology center chief, Thilo Koslowski, offered insight into the brand's future digital...
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