Most auto manufacturers tend to release one new generation of one model per year, or a couple refreshes. They do this to allow the media and advertising spotlights to focus on one vehicle and to keep the momentum going each year. Well, Porsche has figured out a different way to keep the momentum going each year – just make new models and new refreshes of every vehicle.
Next year, Porsche will be rolling out the restylied Panamera which will likely include a long-wheelbase model for the Chinese market, as well as a potential shooting brake and a possible four-seat cabriolet.
A slant-back version of the Cayenne is also said to be in the works, with a new Cayman later this year and a generous array of 911 variants to come over the next few years. Somewhere in there will be the new Macan crossover, the Pajun (baby Panamera) and a pair of new supercars: the new 918 and 960.
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