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Report: Expect a Porsche Pajun Concept at Frankfurt this year

Rumors abound are floating around about a new midsize sedan from Porsche, designed specifically to compete with the BMW 5-Series, Maserati Ghibli, and more importantly, Tesla’s highly-anticipated midsize sedan as well. We bring up the Tesla because Porsche’s intended new model, the supposedly named Pajun, is said to be an electric vehicle to start. That […]

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Report: Porsche’s new BMW 5-Series fighter could be an all-electric affair

Porsche’s been rumored and known to be working on a new BMW 5-Series competitor, given the fact that they already have the Panamera, which can compete with anything from the Maserati Quattroporte, to the BMW 7-Series, to the 6-Series Gran Coupe, and even the Audi A7. So naturally, it was only a matter of time […]

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Report: Porsche’s making an EV out of its new Pajun

We already know Porsche’s working on a new midsize sedan to slot below the Panamera, to better compete with the likes of the BMW 5-Series and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Now, AutoMotorundSport learned Porsche’s even on board with making an EV version of the highly-anticipated Pajun (as it’s being called right now) to compete with Tesla, despite Porsche […]

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Report: Porsche working on more plug-in hybrid models

Porsche was once a huge opponent to alternative powertrains such as hybrid tech but that all changed with the 918 Spyder and various other hybrid models such as the plug-in Panamera E-Hybrid. And get this–Porsche is currently the only manufacturer in the industry to offer the most plug-in models with their new lineup, with the […]

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Report: Porsche rules out any possibility for a Tesla Model S competitor

AutoCar reports Porsche is scrapping any plans to compete with Tesla and the Model S as the Zuffenhausen automaker wants to focus more on its smaller Panamera model, the Pajun, which we’re still awaiting to this day. But this also doesn’t mean Porsche’s EV plans are done for entirely as the Pajun may get an […]

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Report: Porsche’s Pajun delayed until 2019

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 […]

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Report: A Porsche Panamera-based BMW 5-Series competitor is still in the works

Porsche may be expanding their portfolio as word is from AutoCar in the UK reports that Porsche could be producing a BMW 5-Series competitor that’s similar in form to the Panamera sedan. After speaking with Porsche’s boss, Matthias Muller, the Porsche sedan will also compete against the likes of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the Maserati Ghibli, […]

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Report: 2017 Porsche Pajun to use V6 engines

CAR magazine of the United Kingdom reports about some new details that emerged regarding Porsche’s baby Panamera, the “Pajun.” And while Porsche recently unveiled their compact crossover project with Volkswagen, which takes the Macan name, Porsche’s Pajun is purely a Porsche model from start to finish. Aimed specifically at the Audi A6, the BMW 5-Series, […]

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More details on the Porsche Pajun aka baby Panamera

Some new reports are out to help fill some gaps in the Swiss-cheese like stream of information surrounding Porsche’s baby Panamera, the formerly Cajun and supposedly now Macan. As of now, the project is still 100% active as a joint effort with Audi and Porsche’s parent, the Volkswagen Group, though with Porsche in charge of […]

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Report: Porsche drops plans to do entry-level model, baby Panamera delayed

According to German newspaper Stuttgarter Zeitung, Porsche has apparently dropped plans to build a two-seater entry-level sports car that would be cheaper than its Boxster model. In an interview with Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller, the newspaper learned that such a model would risk dropping the credibility of the brand and alienating traditional customers. “We would do no […]

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