Porsche - little faster and more exciting I wouldn’t be...

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Randall Porter Dr. Littlefield Porsche  04-21-2015 Porsche has always been one of the front runners when I think of higher end  luxury/ supercar brands, mainly because they are more relevant here in the US than a  brand like Maserati or Ferrari. They have a very distinct design in most of their vehicles  though, one you can point out without ever seeing the Porsche logo. Typically they’re  smaller 2-seater cars with engines in the rear. I don’t prefer their coupes though, mainly  because I don’t fit in them. Comfortably. On the other hand I fit very well inside of a  Cayenne II. I have had the opportunity to drive one myself, and I would describe the  experience the same as in the case. The technology of this car gives you a sports car thrill ride mixed with a luxury sedan. I’ve also gotten to drive a 911 Turbo, the drive was a 
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Unformatted text preview: little faster and more exciting, I wouldn’t be able to drive that on a day-to-day basis, It’s just too small not to mention it’s worth about $120K. Many people feel the way I do, yes the 911, Carrera, or even the 918 are awesome looking and fast, but they’re not practical by any means. This creates a small market for Porsche to sell in. The Cayenne and Panamera are different creations. Though they are high-end vehicles still, they aren’t the cliché Porsche. These may not be appealing to people in the lower end cheaper market, but to someone who is well off with money and looking for a comfortable every day driver that also performs on the high end. These two vehicles keep Porsche not only profitable, but notable in more than one vehicle market....
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