This new model will apparently feature a more aggressive design than the Porsche Cayenne and Macan, with a heavily sloped roofline, and slot below the latter. Rear-wheel drive will come standard, while more upscale trim levels will offer all-wheel drive. Look for four-cylinder engines and dual-clutch transmissions in most cases.
A price range has yet to be specified, however. No word about the intended markets, either.
Other rumours of new models involving Porsche include a smaller Panamera and a fully electric Panamera based on the Mission E concept shown in Frankfurt last month.