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By Airkuhl
#170954
The day has come, a Ferrari SUV.

There was a time I would have shaken my fist at the very idea, but the Cayenne changed my mind. It basically funds Porsche and it's a hoot to drive. Lambo has had one out for years now and no one is saying it "dilutes" the brand.

This thing looks great IMO and the suicide doors are a bold move. I'm gonna guess it drives well, costs a hilarious amount of money, and will sell out quickly.

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By fpena944
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Airkuhl wrote: Tue Sep 13, 2022 3:43 pm The day has come, a Ferrari SUV.

There was a time I would have shaken my fist at the very idea, but the Cayenne changed my mind. It basically funds Porsche and it's a hoot to drive. Lambo has had one out for years now and no one is saying it "dilutes" the brand.

This thing looks great IMO and the suicide doors are a bold move. I'm gonna guess it drives well, costs a hilarious amount of money, and will sell out quickly.

With a Lambo SUV going for around $300k it'll be interesting to see what they price this at.

Also wondering if they'll increase production or still limit supply to keep it more exclusive.

I am like you where I hated the idea of Porsche creating an SUV but now after living with a Cayenne Turbo for so many years I'm glad they did it because I was able to stay within the brand for family needs.
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By amdavid
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Late to the game, like too late.....I don't think they'll do well, not that anyone at Ferrari cares.
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By Airkuhl
#171013
700hp naturally aspirated V12 with an 8K redline. Not sure I get the point, but I don't care. :rockon:
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I also like how they put all the fiddly bits in front of the passenger and left the driver zone clean.
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By fast_freddy
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Airkuhl wrote: Tue Sep 13, 2022 9:08 pm 700hp naturally aspirated V12 with an 8K redline. Not sure I get the point, but I don't care. :rockon:

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I also like how they put all the fiddly bits in front of the passenger and left the driver zone clean.

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I think Ferrari is giving the finger to the envirotards with the V12's. Christ, even AMG has caved. Thats why I'm "loading up" on V8 and V12 cars. Not as a collectors item but because they're going the way of Netscape.
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By terry997
#186761
Probably will be priced at around $400K, it reminds me of my friend's Daytona, but with 2 extra clever doors. I don't need one, and the nearest dealer is in SLC, 5 hours' drive away. I already have more cars than I can drive in a week, but color me a fan.

Freddy is right about the V12 market. This will be a classic.
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By Airkuhl
#186793
Yeah, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth when it was announced, much like when the Cayenne was going to destroy Porsche.

And predictably, they stopped taking any more orders because it's already sold out for at least the next 2-3 years.

I expect to see decked out versions on the secondary market touching a megabuck.
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