In two year’s time the Range Rover Evoque will meet its match in the form of an all new Porsche Cajun, according to recent reports. The new three-door SUV, already in the beginning stages of production, will be based on the Audi Q5, and will be accompanied by a five-door model.
Computer design renderings, that apparently straight from Porsche design house, reveal much of the coupe’s design influence is drawn from the 911 and the 959 rally-raid, which will distinguish it from the five-door version.
Interior modifications will also include some distinctive marks from the Q5 in the climate controls, instrument pack, and ancillary switchgear.
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As for the engine, there may be several options based on Audi motors with four- and six-cylinders available in both diesel and petrol. All versions will be on a four-wheel drive, rear-biased platform.
Porsche is projecting that the Cajun’s release will help boost sales and aid in achieving a 150,000 unit annual sales goal.
Production is set to take place at the expanding Leipzing factory, which opens up 1000 jobs.
– By: Alexandra Koken