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Old 11 November 2005, 16:07   #1
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Does anyone know who was responsible for the design of the porsche cayenne?.
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Old 11 November 2005, 16:22   #2
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British bloke Stephen Murkett I think. Don't know if he did the VW thing as well - they look pretty similar.
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errrr i think if my memory serves me right it was stephen, yes stephen murkett, gosh i know so many designers i do get their names mixed up from time to time

lucky i got google
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My god you are one sad B*****d - and you REALLY think I would ever want to meet someone like you???

You accuse ME of being a Troll and yet you stalk every post I ever make!!!!
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My god you are one sad B*****d - and you REALLY think I would ever want to meet someone like you???

You accuse ME of being a Troll and yet you stalk every post I ever make!!!!
if commenting on what you put and taking the pi$$ out of your posts is being a troll then i am probably one of a 100 or more similar like minded folks on here
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if commenting on what you put and taking the pi$$ out of your posts is being a troll then i am probably one of a 100 or more similar like minded folks on here
Must be that way you have about you......
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just to get back on thread, i just love the cayenne, i think it looks superb and would love to drive one as they are supposed to be very quick and handle superbly. I want one but probably too tight to part with the cash for the amount i would get to use it. never mind i can still dream
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i think it looks superb
Nah, its the motoring equivalent of Dawn French,
should be beautiful but look at the size of the body
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I agree, the Cayenne is a fat arsed mother. Es wants one. It's a 200 mile round trip to service the silly looking thing. Not for me. The X5 is soppy enough, those things are boxters on steroids! Incidently, Es's b in law had a RR sport last month and has just chucked it back at our local LR dealer claiming it to be rubbish and has bought an X5 instead.
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Funny, every time I've seen a Cayenne on the road it's been driven like a complete wanker-and I've seen quite a few. Being tarred with that brush would be enough to put me off I'm afraid.
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