Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller has revealed new details about several upcoming models. Full coverage inside
New details are emerging about Porsche's future product lineup as CEO Matthias Mueller recently sat down for an interview with Automotive News.
While company's new product strategy won't be finalized until March, Mueller stated "We have a good opportunity to get new products to increase volume and revenue." He added, "We are [also] analyzing our chances in different segments."
A cornerstone of company's goal to 200,000 vehicles annually, by 2018, is the recently approved Cajun. Essentially a Porsche-ified Audi Q5, the Cajun will feature sporty handling and a design influenced by Walter de' Silva.
Besides the Cajun, Mueller wants an entry-level roadster which will be a modern interpretation of the 550 Spyder. As we have previously reported, the car will likely use components from the next-generation Golf VII and be powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with upwards of 360 hp (268 kW / 365 PS) in Turbo guise.
Other potential models include a Cayman Targa (rendered) and a Panamera Coupe / Convertible. However, in the short term, Porsche is focused on launching redesigned versions of the Boxster, Cayman, and 911 as well as the new 918 Spyder.
Special thanks to WCF member DdW for the rendering!