The German based automaker Porsche is planning to develop a four-door version of the Panamera, which will be named the Pajun, and will rival the Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
The fact that Porsche is working on a smaller version of the luxurious Panamera is no surprise anymore but this is actually the first time when we find out that the model will hit the market by 2017. According to the guys at reuters.com, the future Porsche sedan will be a direct competitor to the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and to the BMW 5-Series. The Porsche Cajun is expected to cost between 65,000 euros and 100,000 euros, depending on its engine and options list.
Unfortunately we don’t have any more details on the upcoming Porsche Pajun, but as a quick reminder, its bigger brother, the Panamera, has been officially presented to the public at the Shanghai Motor Show in China, back in 2009, and since 2011, the model is also available as a hybrid and with a diesel engine. The Porsche Panamera is currently being assembled in Leipzig, Germany and it’s available with a choice of six engines and three transmissions. The Panamera is 4,970 mm long, 1,931 m wide and 1,418 mm tall, with a kerb weight of 1,870 kg (4,123 lb).