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 |  Jul 15 2014, 7:45 AM


The Porsche Pajun has been delayed again to at least 2019.

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 |  Sep 09 2013, 10:01 AM

porsche sport turismo concept

Looking to grow its sales to 200,000 units a year, German sports car manufacturer Porsche will debut as many as four all-new models in the coming years.

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 |  Dec 24 2012, 8:11 AM

The Porsche Pajun has been delayed and debated for over a year, but it appears that German automaker is poised to give its Panamera junior model the green light for production.

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 |  Jul 19 2012, 6:14 AM

With its new Macan model on the way to slot in under the Cayenne, Porsche is actively hunting new market segments to fill and could add two more models to its lineup at very different ends of the spectrum.

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 |  May 10 2012, 4:02 PM

It’s been a while since we heard anything about the Porsche Pajun, a smaller version of the Panamera that would compete with the Mercedes E-Class or BMW 5 Series, but information is starting to crop up again. 

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 |  Mar 24 2011, 7:35 AM


With the success of Porsche‘s Panamera sedan, it’s little surprise that the automaker is now looking to introduce yet another 4-door model. With the Panamera sitting at the top of the range, the new model, code named the Pajun, will be a more affordable sedan, competing in the same realm as the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class.

Expected to be offered with your choice of gasoline, diesel or hybrid propulsion, it’s likely that the car would make use of the same turbocharged six-cylinder being planned for the Cajun SUV. Pricing would come in below the Panamera, although some overlap is likely with higher-performance models likely to pass beyond the $75,000 mark of the base Panamera.

Still far from development, if the project does get the green-light, look for the baby Panamera some time around 2016.

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