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Porsche received a lot of brickbats when it developed the Cayenne – here was a sportscar manufacturer that was creating an SUV! But the numbers have since converted the most vociferous protesters; every other Porsche sold is one of the SUV's variants. Bentley, another property of the VW-Porsche alliance, seems to be considering the expansion into the SUV space. It helps that Bentley's current CEO, Wolfgang Duerheimer, was Porsche's development chief when the Cayenne was being developed.  Also Read - Coronavirus: Total Positive Cases Climb to 1024, Death Toll Reaches 27, State Borders Sealed | Top Points

The luxury SUV market is a growing one, with players like the Porsche Cayenne, Mercedes-Benz GL-Class, and Range Rover experiencing healthy sales figures. We're not sure how well Bentley's “best in the world handicraft” philosophy will draw the SUV market, which appears to be attracting those who like their SUVs 'cool', but the Continental has managed to attract an ardent following, so we're going to wait and watch.  Also Read - Amid Lockdown, Centre Sets up 11 High-level Panels to Suggest Measures For Ramping up Healthcare, Economy

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