WorldCarFans reports on two reports surrounding a possible new mid-engined Porsche supercar. According to German news reporting agency Handelsblatt, who sat down with Porsche CEO Matthias Muller—with a contributing report from Autobild.de—Porsche seeks to expand their lineup
Muller reportedly confirmed that the Zuffenhausen-based brand will build a new supercar that would cost between €300,000-400,000. It will also feature a mid-engine design and is said to be placed between the 911 and the 918 Spyder.
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Additionally, Porsche is still reportedly on track to launch the new up and coming Macan crossover, while the next-generation Panamera will follow.
Unfortunately, that’s all that is known for the time being. As per my speculation, sounds like Porsche is on the road to making a Carrera GT successor. Either way, it’ll be interesting to see what Germany’s shielded Prancing Horse has up their sleeve.
– By: Chris Chin