Porsche Cajun

  • 2011 Porsche Cayenne V6

    Porsche today announced a $685 million investment in a new production facility in Leipzig, Germany for production of the upcoming smaller crossover, the Cajun. The Cajun is due to reach retail sale in late 2013. The Cajun will be the smaller companion to the Cayenne in the Porsche lineup. If the success of the Cayenne and the newer Panamera sedan are any indication, the Cajun should be a huge success for the brand in terms of sales volume and profitability. While precise details on the Cajun itself are yet to be revealed, we expect it will lean heavily on Audi and Volkswagen shared parts...

  • 2011 Porsche Cayenne S
    Porsche Cajun SUV To Feature Sporty Three-Door Variant

    Porsche is set to introduce a compact SUV based on the Audi Q5 in 2014 and to emphasize its sportiness may offer the vehicle with a distinct three-door body in addition to a standard five-door model. This should help differentiate the vehicle from its Audi sibling and help it compete with the likes...

  • 2011 Porsche Cayenne S
    Porsche Cajun To Borrow Hot Audi Diesel Engine: Report

    Though Porsche’s Cajun SUV based on the Audi Q5 isn’t scheduled to debut until sometime in 2014, we already know several details about the upcoming sporty soft-roader, including for the first time some potential powertrain specs. According to a new report, the Porsche Cajun will feature...

  • 2011 Porsche Cayenne Turbo
    Porsche Confirms Cajun SUV Production At Leipzig Plant

    We already know that Porsche is working on a fifth model series, a new compact SUV positioned below the Cayenne and its first to be designed under Volkswagen Group chief designer Walter de’ Silva’s watchful eye. Now we know where the model, which carries the working title of 'Cajun'...

  • 2011 Porsche Cayenne (left) and 2010 Porsche Cayenne S (right)
    New Cajun SUV Will Be Walter de' Silva's First Project At Porsche

    With Porsche now officially the 10th brand of the ever-expanding Volkswagen Group, there are fears the ethos of the famous sports car company from Stuttgart will be diluted as focus shifts towards more upmarket performance brands like Lamborghini and Bugatti. We’ve already seen this with the...

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