New Porsche compact car

The 2013 Porsche Cajun Compact SUV is a unique car and a coupe-like profile, the body wider and lower, shorter wheelbase and smaller step front and rear overhangs. According to AutoBild, Porsche Cajun Compact SUV offers space for four
occupants. All exterior and interior panels will be new, but the windshield angle, the firewall, and the roof pillars have to remain as they are on the Audi. To give drivers that classic Porsche sporting feel, the Porsche Cajun receives its own sporty seats, a different steering column, and the dashboard from the upcoming Boxster.
The Porsche Cajun Compact SUV will be using the Audi’s chassis, steering, axles, and Quattro drivetrain. Some of the benefits from having so many fantastic companies under one room. Power will come from a 3.0-liter V-6, jacked up to put out 290 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. In addition to those two, there is a Porsche Cajun Turbo S on Porsche’s minds. It features the company’s twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 rated at 350 hp. Being a Porsche it will come with a few tweaks, including the Sport Chrono pack with launch control, excellent brakes with optional carbon-ceramic discs, wheels and tires, and a complete exhaust system including a switchable free-flow sport muffler.
The new Porsche Cajun Compact SUV has some strong competition in their own country by the likes of Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi and Range Rover will be offering up to Evoque. Lexus, Infiniti, Acura, and all the SUV that offers smaller, but nothing in the ballpark as the Porsche Cajun, because it is definitely more sporty and more expensive to offer Japanese.