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Porsche is Working on a Baby Panamera to Compete with the BMW 5-Series

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The Porsche Panamera has been a sales success for Porsche and like its other successful model the Cayenne, Porsche is reportedly developing a smaller model to compete with the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class.

Porsche has already officially announced plans for a new smaller crossover dubbed the Cajun, which will essentially be a smaller Cayenne that will bring in younger buyers to the brand. Since the Panamera has been so successful as well, Porsche is reportedly working on a smaller model that is being internally referred to as the Pajun. The Pajun would also get a four-door coupe design, but in an overall smaller package.

Although Porsche hasn’t officially announced these plans, Autobild is reporting that the Pajun will be released in 2016 with a price tag around €60,000.

Full Story: Autobild via WCF

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