I have always suspected - as I suspect most car lovers - that this growing spread of SUVs from traditional European luxury brands was in some way a forced marriage. As Marie-Antoinette married Louis XVI, so that Austria and France cease their hostilities for decades, there has always been money and a small heart. For example, one must think that while the Cayenne is - and now the Macan - that pays the bills, the soul of Stuttgart still belongs to 911. Ditto for Bentley and this awful, miserable Bentayga. And Rolls-Royce seems so shameful that he can not call his Cullinan a sporting aid, as if calling a 'high-car' makes the car the least taxing.