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2014 Porsche Cajun 3-door

By luanpa in | June 17, 2011 | (3) Comments

Porsche announced its compact SUV Cajun last year. Porsche Cajun will be first launched in a three-door body style-2014 Porsche Cajun 3-door version, which is its sporty character will differentiate it from its platform mate, the Audi Q5.

Porsche had wanted to launch the Cajun as a five-door model. But it could affect the sales of the Q5, so a three-door Cajun was decided upon. The five-door version may still be a possibility in the future.

The Porsche Cajun three-door will also sport a much more dynamic exterior to distinguish itself from the Audi Q5. Porsche Cajun three-door will have unique body panels and a coupe-like profile, wider and lower body, shorter wheelbase and smaller front/rear overhangs. The Porsche Cajun will be sharing technical tidbits with the Audi Q5, means the two model will have similar components such as steering, transmission, axles, and the four-wheel-drive system.

Porsche Cajun three-door Cajun will offer four units – a 2.0L turbo petrol with 240 hp; a 3.0L turbo petrol V6 with 290 hp; a 2.0L diesel with 190 hp; and a 3.0L diesel V6 with 265 hp. While the gasoline V6 unit could spawn a 350HP version. Further plans include a hybrid model, which will be technically identical to the Audi Q5 Hybrid. The Cajun is expected to be launched in late 2012 or early 2013.

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