Pictures of these abandoned exotics are a heartbreaking sight for any enthusiast
It’s no secret that people who buy Porsche’s are enthusiasts at heart, but when we see them lying out in the open and rusting away painfully, we have to question the enthusiasm of the owners.
Indians pay one of the highest taxes on imported cars in the world. That may make you think that the owners of these luxury cars keep their vehicles in top-notch condition and use them for as long as possible. These pictures by RIP_Car of CBU Porsche cars tell a different story though.
This Porsche Cayenne was spotted rotting away in Gurgaon, Haryana. It is a second-generation Cayenne. The Cayenne had become one of the most popular performance SUVs in India, much before the arrival of the likes of Urus’ and Cullinans.
We are not sure what made the owner dump it like this early on and the SUV is currently in a very sorry state. Even the base variant of the Cayenne comes powered by a 3.0-litre turbocharged V6 that generates about 335 PS.
Porsche Cayenne GTS
This red coloured Porsche Cayenne GTS was spotted in Mumbai. This is the first-generation Cayenne and several celebrities including Hrithik Roshan used to own one.
The first-generation Cayenne GTS came with a massive 4.8-litre V8 engine with a manual transmission. The engine generated a maximum power of 405 PS. The manual transmission was an attraction for many enthusiasts.
Porsche Cayenne V6
As we said, the Porsche Cayenne was very popular in the Indian market and several Bollywood celebrities had one in their garage. According to rip_car, this abandoned Porsche used to belong to Bipasha Basu. This is the first-generation Porsche.
Porsche Cayenne S
This Cayenne S lay abandoned at a BMC dumping ground in Mumbai, for unknown reasons. The pictures indicate that the air suspension of the SUV has given up and even the windows are missing. This is not the condition that any enthusiast owner would want for their vehicle regardless of the brand.
The owner of this Porsche Boxster decided to give it a Carrera look and then abandon it. This car is located in Delhi and was spotted by a T-BHP member. The Boxster was one of the best-selling Porsche cars in the Indian market for a long time, especially because of its price.