With the launches of most of its new 911 variants out of the way, Porsche AG settles in to polish the image and improve the performance of its Cayenne cross/utility vehicle. Introduced in 2004, the Cayenne quickly became Porsche’s volume sales leader, especially in the U.S., and allowed Porsche’s legendary engineering to be accessible to a greater number of people. Despite its pedigree and formidable prowess on and off road, many enthusiasts ridiculed the CUV, alleging it diluted the ...

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