Details of Porsche's product plans for the next couple of years have been leaked from a sales meeting. And it looks like Porsche is indeed pushing boldly ahead with its plans to grow its sales to over 150,000 units by 2014.
Although the leaked details do not say, it seems the dates involved refer to a timetable for U.S. releases.
The list begins with the recently announced V6 Panamera model for June 2010, along with the Cayenne V8 and Turbo, and goes on to cover future products headed down the pike for Porsche aimed at expanding its sales.
Coming in September and October will be the Cayenne V6 and the Cayenne Hybrid, respectively. Later in the year will come a special, limited series (100 units) of the 911 Speedster (wide-body) with 408 hp (300 kW) and a $200,000 (€165,053) list price.
In late 2010 or early 2011 the GT2 RS will go on sale. A Carrera GTS wide-body with 408 hp (300 kW) is due in the spring - price tags of $103,100 (€85,085) for the coupe and $112,900 (€93,172) for the cabriolet. At the same time will also come the Spyder-like Cayman with 330 hp (243 kW) priced at $65,300 (€53,890).
The big enchilada, though, will be the much anticipated 918 Spyder (pictured here), which is not yet production-ready but will be given a clandestine introduction to invited guests only at the Pebble Beach Concours d-Elegance in August. A $50,000 (€41,263) non-refundable deposit is required to order the car once it gets the green light for production.