Porsche is known to be working on a smaller, mini-me version of the Panamera rumored to be named the Pajun. Originally, the car was destined to see the light of day in 2017, but some bad witchcraft happened and CAR reports that the Pajun now won’t surface until 2019.
This is to make way for other priorities such as the development of new V6 gas and diesel mills with version pushing more than 500hp. Porsche also wants to apparently focus on this new Ferrari 458 Italia fighter, known as the 988, complete with an all-new flat-eight, quad-turbo engine with 4.0L of displacement and 600bhp.
There are also talks about an entry-level 718 model to sit below the Boxster, which is speculated for a 2016 release.