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Mike Stevens | Jan, 21 2014 | 7 Comments

Reports of a new sub-Panamera sedan, known in the press as the 'Pajun', are back under the spotlight this week.

Talk of the new model - its name inspired by the Macan's previous moniker 'Cajun' - have been circulating for nearly two years now, with reports suggesting that Porsche is keen to offer a more affordable model in the large sedan segment.

According to British magazine Autocar, the project is no mere rumour, with insiders reportedly confirming a debut before the decade is out.

Arriving after the upcoming Macan small SUV, the Panamera's 'little' brother would be the sixth model line in Porsche's growing family, and the fourth passenger-focused offering.

Along with the 5 Series and E-Class sedans, the new Porsche would also count the Audi A5 Sportback and Maserati's new Ghibli sedan among its rivals.

While the British mag's report offers no sources, Porsche spokesperson Hans-Gerd Bode told Reuters some time ago that the brand is exploring options for a sixth model line.

If the reports are to be believed, Porsche will be looking to replicate the international success of the Panamera, just as the Macan will be expected to build on the Cayenne SUV's top-selling position.

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