Sure, the livery on this Porsche Cayenne safety car for the Virgin Australian Supercars Championship looks like a glaring, embarrassing typo. But it could be the best marketing tactic around. If there are no other “saftey” cars out there, yours is certainly the best.
Most people know the Porsche Cayenne Turbo as the scourge of school drop-off zones and Starbucks drive-thrus everywhere. Finally, people are taking these things off the pavement and into what should be their natural territory: mud! Muck! Dirt! Grime! YES.
Look, Porsche, I’m one of your biggest fans, and I hate to see you go down a path of self-destruction. I care. I really do! But you really need to get clean, stop doing hard drugs and back away from this plan to have a “coupe” crossover with four doors and a squashed butt.
Most people would back up and come at the garage from a different angle, but I guess that’s not an option when one of your wheels is already broken off. The unlicensed 16-year-old driver was allegedly hiding the car after a hit-and-run, per CTV. So, what’s a few more scrapes on the door?
It’s miserable outside in a large chunk of the country right now, but shh. Hush, child. That’s okay. Even if you lack the vast expanse to lay down snow-nuts, we’ve got this strangely peaceful footage of a Porsche Cayenne drifting in the snow. Stare deep into the abyss of this b-roll and be at one with the cold.
[The lovely Porsche-hauling Porsche Cayenne wasn’t Porsche’s first off-roader. Look at that sweet tractor in front of racing legend Walter Röhrl. Of course the Cayenne is related to a tractor that can tackle the Nürburgring. Photo credit: Porsche]
[This is a Porsche, therefore, it must be raced. Here is a Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia practicing sweet dirt slides for the 2007 Transsyberia Rally. Photo credit: Porsche]
The Cayenne is the SUV that allows Porsche to continue to build crazy sports cars but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a little guano itself. What do you need to know before you buy a Porsche Cayenne? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Zhen Yin was reportedly zooming down a Jiangxi, China freeway on a drug bender when he slammed his Porsche Cayenne into the back of a semi-truck so hard his SUV got wedged under its bumper and dragged for some six miles while Yin was passed out.
If you are a Porsche fan and you weren't either in Austin at Circuit of the Americas this weekend or glued to the TV whenever coverage finally appeared, I have to question what you're doing with your life.
German tuning out Regula-Exclusive has carved an incredibly complex body kit for the Porsche Cayenne, which kinda makes it look like an Audi from a movie set thirty years in the future. In the present it's pretty intense, but I find it strangely appealing.
The off-roading exhibition put on by this Tamiya RC Porsche Cayenne isn't quite mind-blowing, but the rockin' retro video game soundtrack sure is.
This dash cam'ed car and Porsche Cayenne appear to be provoking each other somewhere on the streets of Moldova. But when the Porsche tries to out-asshole the car with the camera, he deals himself a face-full of "nope."
The world is abuzz with six-wheeled Mercs leaing into the air, but what about the truck from Porsche? Can that take a jump?
An incredibly long time ago, the entry-level Boxster was the best selling car in Porsche's entire lineup. The problem was that the wee little roadster wasn't generating the profits that Porsche needed to lay the groundwork for a successful future.
While we may give Porsche some flack for building an SUV, the Cayenne is rather good at everything it's supposed to be good at.