Porsche CEO confirms plans to launch four new models by 2018 - report

Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller has confirms plans to add at least four new models - including the Macan and 918 Spyder - by 2018.

Speaking with Automotive News Europe, Mueller said the company won't decide on whether to build a new sports car to slot between the 911 and 918 Spyder until the end of next year. If the car is green-lighted, it will likely ride on the MMB platform that will also underpin the next-generation Audi R8 and Lamborghini Gallardo.

When asked an entry-level sedan, codenamed the Pajun (Panamera Junior), Mueller said it's a "possibility" but didn't give a time frame on when it could be approved for production.

While there's still some doubt about the aforementioned vehicles, Mueller confirmed there will be new Panamera derivatives.  Choices could include a coupe and a wagon like the Panamera Sport Turismo concept.

Note: Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo concept pictured

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