Some Details On The Upcoming Porsche Pajun

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Porsche has released some information about their upcoming small sedan.

Porsche's vehicle lineup continues to expand, and while the purists weep, VW Group is laughing all the way to the bank. With their new compact SUV already on the way, Porsche is now turning their attention to the Pajun, so named because the small sedan will be thought of as a "Panamara junior". Several different body types are said to be in the works as well, including a sedan, a convertible, a coup and even a shooting brake.

Porsche also plans on rolling out a whole new series of engines with the Pajun, all of them turbocharged and direct-injected. There will be two V6's and a V8. Displacement for the V6's will be 3.0- and 3.6-liters, making 400 and 550 horsepower respectively. The 4.0-liter V8 is expected to produce around 600hp. Porsche is expecting this to be a huge seller, particularly the V6 models, when it launches in 2016. Photos displayed are of the 2012 Porsche Panamera Turbo S.

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