We don't see why such a vehicle couldn't. There are some pretty strong signs that the independent sports car maker may very well add a fourth model to its lineup come 2008. If Porsche have broken the mould to create not only a mid-engined supercar, but a sport utility vehicle, a luxury sedan would be the next logical step. To some it may be yet another breach of tradition, and to others the downfall of one of the greatest sports car manufacturers in the world, but regardless of what is thought, it is bound to be an interesting vehicle. Unlike the Carrera GT, this new four-door sedan will not be of limited production, and will become a steadfast model in the Porsche lineup.
With a 612 hp V10
original 4 door porsche
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I have mixed emotions about such an undertaking as i did with the cayene. Porsche makes some the best sports coupes in the world, arguably the most balanced and rewarding for an experienced pilot.
But as i graduate school and look towards my uncertain future, everyone i have turned to for advice has told me to go with what i know.
I really think Porsche would be fine heeding this advice and leaving it at that. Yes they can make good anythings (SUV, sedans, or trucks for that matter), but is all the R&D dumped into such programs cost effective in the long run? If they are able to successfully market these offerings at a successful rate so as to subsidize there development of the worlds greatest sports coupe so be it. I just worry it may ultimately bankrupt the little company.
Sorry to be so long winded, but i love Porsche and feel pationately about its preservation and financial health.
I dont see whats your problem with it, most of you like the 5 and 7 series....
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