We can't read Dutch but the photos make it pretty clear what's going on: a Porsche Cayenne Turbo can be used as a field tractor.
Priced at over $100,000 when new, we don't usually see a lot of the speedy and premium-priced Cayenne Turbo around town. Nonetheless, a Danish farmer found it appropriate to use this particular piece of German machinery for a purpose other than what was originally intended. The Cayenne Turbo pictured is apparently used on a six-acre plot to pull a He-Va Tip-Roller, which measures nearly 21-feet wide and weighs somewhere in the neighborhood of 6000 pounds.
Of course, the Porsche sport-utility vehicle was likely modified for the task at hand. Stock, the 2010 Cayenne Turbo puts out 500 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque at the crank and transmits power to an all-wheel drive system. With the appropriate trailering equipment, the Cayenne is rated to tow 7700 pounds.
Source: Mechaman.nl (in Dutch)
Photos courtesy of Mechaman.nl