The Pajun was designated for 2018, but has been pushed back by at least one year.
Asunpopular as the Panamera was among Porsche aficionadoswhen it first debuted, the car has grown to become one of thecompany's best-selling models. And like other sports car manufacturers who have gonemainstream, Porsche plans to build on this success by adding a smaller sedan toits lineup, nicknamed the Pajun. This BMW 5-Series-fighter was originally planned for 2018, but a recent reportindicates that it will be pushed off until "at least" 2019.
Details are still vague, but rumors indicate the baby Panamera will beoffered with a range of diesel and gasoline engines. An additional hybridversion will join the lineup further down the line. The Pajun will follow aredesigned Panamera, due for production as a 2017 model.