I'm not really understanding Porsche's strategy with the Macan. When they released the Cayenne it became their best selling model, despite all the hate it got for looking like a joke and pretending to be more than an SUV. Cayenne's sales are actually STILL doing well, with steady increase and record sales practically fueled by Cayenne. So why release a baby Cayenne? People aren't buying the Cayenne because its useful, they're buying it because it's a powerful SUV with a Porsche badge. The Macan is just a smaller Cayenne that is intended for buyers who find the Cayenne too big and fancy. Will releasing a smaller Cayenne attract new Porsche drivers, or will it just cause Porsche fanboys to look down on their brand even more?