In 2002, the German company Porsche made a prototype of the open crossover Cayenne, but they decided not to show the resulting model to anyone and classified the project for many years.
Porsche Cayenne Cabrio was shown publicly only in 2014. The experimental model was made on the basis of the first generation crossover, removing the roof and a pair of side doors, while adding a roll-over bar at the back.
Apparently, the manufacturer considered this format too bold, and the open Cayenne was not given the green light. Apparently, Porsche did the right thing: the few cross-convertibles that came to the market later, such as the Nissan Murano or the Range Rover Evoque, were not successful in sales.