A sportscar brand spawning a sport utility vehicle (SUV)? Been there, done that - Porsche led the way when it launched its Cayenne in 2002.
But when a supercar brand enters the fray, expectations are raised. Because it is one thing to produce an SUV with some semblance of performance, but quite another to create an SUV that is also a supercar (loosely defined as a vehicle with a top speed in excess of 300kmh). The latter is akin to making pigs fly.
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