During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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During December's 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show press preview, Porsche board member Klaus Berning readily admitted that some of the company's newest vehicles were controversial.

Berning, whose responsibilities include Porsche's worldwide sales and marketing, alluded to the hot debate over whether the recently introduced Panamera four-door luxury sedan is a true Porsche, and whether the company should have ever produced their SUV, the Cayenne.

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