Porsche Cayenne Junior Spied Testing At Nürburgring

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Think the Porsche Cayenne is a massive sacrilegious behemoth? Well, it seems that Porsche now wants to make another SUV that's not huge. What you see here is said to be Porsche's upcoming Audi Q5-based tall wagon. Shorter, narrower, and presumably cheaper than the Cayenne, this new offering will do battle with the BMW X3, Land Rover Freelander, Acura RDX, Infiniti EX, and Mercedes GLK, and the err... Audi Q5.

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The Porsche will share engine options with the Audi, like the 3.2-liter V6. Another possibility would be a diesel, which would be a first for Porsche. Now if they could just find a way to stick a TDI V12 into the back of a 911...
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2008 CDC News Flash

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Scientists are warning of an outbreak of CUVorrhea. A disease that affects the minds of Automotive designers, it leads to useless vehicles which nobody wants.

Be careful, as this disease spreads rapidly and can quickly infiltrate your local automaker.

The origins of this disease are still being debated, but "top scientists" believe it can be traced back to Dearborn, Michigan when an designer accidentally sent his renderings of the Ford Edge to the engineering team. This quickly led to an outbreak that spread to other areas of the state.

CDC officials believed it was contained, however, versions of the disease have been seen in Germany and parts of Asia.

The German strain is interesting in that it has the normal symptoms, as seen in the United States, yet the afflicted seems to have increased aigility and athleticism over the American counterpart. This is still being studied and we expect a report as to why, within the next 45 years.

The Asian strain has a variation that, in addition to the American sypmtoms, also causes the appearance of the afflicted to (sic)"be looking weird as hell..."

Hopefully we can get this under control soon. In the meantime, we urge you to stay away from and and all vehicles that look to be afflicted with CUVorrhea.