The drop in size should also see a range of more fuel efficient engines enter the fray, we should also see both a hybrid and a diesel variant enter the line-up as well.

The demand in full size SUVs is dropping with many consumers heading for the smaller, more fuel efficient models. A fact that nearly fooled the world into thinking a smaller Roxster model was set to be launched beneath the Cayenne in the Porsche portfolio, it later turned out that the smaller prototype spotted that had a similar wheelbase to the Audi Q5 was in fact the next generation Cayenne.

The drop in size should also see a range of more fuel efficient engines enter the fray, we should also see both a hybrid and a diesel variant enter the line-up as well.

It is expected to be launched towards the end of 2010 as Porsche executives use their ever increasing control on Volkswagen to move their own products forward at a faster pace, despite it hindering the development of future Volkswagen and Audi vehicles.

 

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