There's no denying that the automotive industry is dynamic and ever-evolving. Automakers have a tendency to pull the plug or press start on a model at the flip of a switch. Taking this into consideration, we at Boardwalk Porsche strive to stay on top of all the latest information...especially as it pertains to new Porsche vehicles.
Most recently, we came across a bit of news surrounding the Porsche Pajun. Not long ago, Porsche announced that it would begin development on a new four-door sedan that would sit a bit smaller than the current Porsche Panamera. Now, however, company officials say they will hold off on further progress for a few years.
In addition, Matthias Mueller, Porsche CEO, told industry experts that plans for a new two-seater have been dropped as well. This comes as sad news for any enthusiast who loves the Porsche Boxster. The model-in-question was to sit just below the Boxster in size and price and provide fans with a new Porsche roadster option.
While these updates might sound dismal, Boardwalk Porsche is confident that the leaders of Porsche know what they're doing. What's more, we are encouraged to know that both a Boxster successor and the Pajun could begin development again in a few years. Mueller says, "Possibly we need to wait until the next generation of customers before the idea of a small roadster will work..."1 Specifically, a new two-seater could come in 2014 while the Pajun would wait until 2017.
As Porsche continues to evolve its automotive offerings, Boardwalk Porsche invites you to stay tuned. Also, don't hesitate to drop by 5924 West Plano Parkway Plano, TX 75093 with any questions you might have surrounding Porsche vehicles such as the Porsche 911 or Porsche Cayenne.