The douchebag Cayenne driver found an unusual manner of enjoying the summer with his friends. After bringing the SUV to the edge of the water, the men used it as am impromptu water park attraction. Because that's written in the pre-revamp first-generation Porsche Cayenne owner's manual, right?
The beach afficionados started becoming creative once the Cayenne was parked on the edge of the waterClimbing all over the body of the Porsche? Nothing is too extravagant for these thrill seekers. The piece of footage at the bottom of the page shows the men getting creative with their water-jumping moves, to the delight of tanning fans around the car - surprisingly, the footage wasn't captured using a dash cam...
Truth be told, when it comes to early Cayennes such as the example we have here, there are usually two types of owners. The first category consists of Zuffenhausen aficionados who are happy to be finally able to enjoy such a car. Most of these people take better care of their vehicles than many drivers whose garages accomodate new Cayennes.
As for the second category, this involves drivers who are simply lured in by the badge, seeking the easiest financial way into a high-riding Porsche adventure.
And it doesn't take a used vehicle market specialist to figure out where the Porsche driver seen here belongs.