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As a fairly new Porsche owner, I found that for the layman, the Cayenne can sometimes blend into the crowd. I am hardly a snob but I thought it would be nice when pulled up to a stop sign, someone could look aver and make no mistake that you were driving a fine automobile.

I like the badges on the fender. Just curious what other owners think.

My pic is attached...post-62558-0-72940300-1310510998_thumb.j

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is that a prancing horse? are you driving a cayennetta?

I sorta wondered that also.. :)

Perhaps he could buy two Porsche hood ornaments and glue them to the sides..

BTW - along the same line - can anyone think of a possible reason Porsche didn't put their moniker on the tailgate? Are they ashamed of the Pig? The only "Porsche" there - is a sticker on the glass right under the 3rd brake light, where it can't be seen from the inside OR the outside.. Only way I've seen it is by opening the glass seperately from the tailgate. Mebbe that's a Titanium thing. Thought about buying the letters from Sunset - but then have to find the titanium paint to make them match the Cayenne/S..

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I used to have fender shields on my Ferrari as well.... the operative phrase is used to. I do however identify with being a fan of Ferrari and as such have a scuderia shield on my liftgate... I'm not sure I would openly endorse any other mark that way on my other cars.

As far as letting others know that my Cayenne is a fine automobile, I think the colored crests on the wheels and hood and big silver Cayenne Turbo across the back do a fine job of getting the point across. I do think its odd that there is no crest on the rear also. But I sort of like the understated way the Cayenne presents itself... at least on the first gen.

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