That's just unnatural.
Unlike many on this forum, I don't have a problem with the Cayanne. Porsche's are attainable cars and I think pandering to the crossover crowd is a sound decision. A Ferrari, though? Ugh. I hope this never sees the light of day.
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I don't have a problem with the Cayenne either, but this is just wrong.
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Horrible, just plain horrible.
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I don't have a problem with the idea of the Cayenne. I just wish they didn't try to make it look like a 911.
This abominition is in the same vein. Make it look like an SUV first, and a Ferrari second.
I do hope Fiat knows better than that, especially now with Chrysler and Jeep on board. They've even done a Maserati SUV concept sometime ago, but fortunately seem to have forgotten about it.
I almost can't blame them... there are probably Range Rovers and Cayennes parked in the garage next to almost every Ferrari out there. Not saying I like the idea, but if Porsche is allowed...?
Oh, and this actually looks nicer than the Cayenne, for what it's worth.
I dunno. It looks nice, but the idea of it as a Ferrari makes it look ugly and stupid. It'd be much more fitting as an Alfa Romeo.
That's gross and just wrong. But there are plenty of rich people with no taste or brains that would probably go for it. Oh, and I'm all for American made, but a Ferrari? LMAO, I don't think so.
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