Porsche’s latest un-Porsche-like phenomenon, the Panamera, has enjoyed enormous success on the market, so it’s not at all surprising that the Stuttgart based company is offering an alternative for those looking for a smaller sedan with the same level of luxury. With this idea in mind, the company is now developing the Pajun (Panamera Junior).
Rumors say that the next Pajun will most likely be a rear-wheel-drive model and will be offered with a choice of V6 engines, going from a standard 260 HP version up to a twin-turbo with 520 HP for the Turbo S version. Just like its bigger sedan brother, the next Pajun will also be offered with a hybrid version.
The future Pajun will be built on the company’s new MSB platform and will be offered with some of the most impressive features on the market, like ceramic brakes, dual-clutch PDK transmission, air suspension, four-wheel drive, torque vectoring, and more.
The only downside to this, other than the rants from people who do not approve of the un-sportscar models from Porsche, is that we are all going to have to wait until 2016 before the Porsche Pajun debuts.