Porsche is undoubtedly one of the most iconic automakers, and its sports cars have been pleasing enthusiasts for decades.
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While Porsche's debut of the 2003 Porsche Cayenne SUV and the 2010 Porsche Panamera sedan shocked traditional sports car enthusiasts, the vehicles caught the attention -- and pocketbooks -- of the well-to-do masses.
The Porsche 924, for historians of the cause, was a joint venture between Volkswagen-Audi and Porsche, badged as such, and designed by Porsche to be a flagship sports car for Volkswagen.
In 2010, Porsche announced intentions to introduce an all-new crossover to be slotted under the mid-sized Porsche Cayenne and designated the moniker "Cajun" as the crossover's unofficial new name.