Contrary to recent rumors, a report has surfaced that suggests the Sub-Panamera Pajun will be delayed and there will be no sub-Boxster at all.

Contrary to recent rumors, a report has surfaced that suggests the Sub-Panamera Pajun will be delayed and there will be no sub-Boxster at all.

The news stems from a German newspaper who recently had the opportunity to interview Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller. When talking about an entry level model that would be priced cheaper than the Boxster, he said "We would do no good to the brand if we were to lose traditional Porsche customers."

Furthermore, he stated that it would be at least five or six years before plans would begin on a new sedan model that would sit below the Panamera (pictured). It contradicts an earlier report that stated the sub-Panamera model that is internally known as the Pajun will arrive in 2017.

As we previously published here on WCF, the Pajun would initially be launched in 2017 as a sedan before it spawns a Shooting Brake variant. You can read the full report by clicking here.

Alternatively, the news of the delayed and axed models could also be a clever tactic by Porsche bosses to hide the brand's real intentions over the coming years.

One new model that we can definitely confirm is coming is the sub-Cayenne Macan that was recently confirmed by Porsche and was caught testing barely camouflaged by spy photographers.

 

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