2017 Porsche Pajun
2017 Porsche Pajun – Porsche is expected to present many good stuff to the IAA 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show this fall, including new electric models. The company will most likely also present its all-electric principle the 2017 Porsche Pajun. The platform will probably be the small Pajun, the nickname for the Panamera junior-sedan. This car could debut around 2017 or 2018 but it will surely be connected with each other ride, with 4. almost eight m in length, so that it is short than the 5. 0-long Panamera. 2017 Porsche Pajun could come with a hydrogen gas version and an electric battery electric one, while the powertrain will be located at the back.
Porsche claims that the Pajun is still in its building section, so at this point, there is no official announcements and most information’s are just speculations.
Engine of 2017 Pajun Concept
The production vehicles was at first planned to be offered with gas and diesel engine options, powered with a 3. 0-liter V-6 engines in both gas and turbo-diesel versions, along with the electric drivetrain. However, in line with the latest report the standard drivetrains are being dropped in favor of a battery-electric system. The reason is because the company seems like the luxury athletics sedan segment is too crowded for just one more conventional car which doesn’t bring anything new to the desk. It is popular that the Tesla Model S is hot stuff at the moment and Porsche wants to become its rival. But such decision and switching to an electric drivetrain probably will have a major impact on the Pajun’s engineering.
On the other hand, Porsche pledged that it will improve the number of plug-in cars in its collection, so the company will eventually have to build a production version of the electric car.
The 2017 Porsche Pajun will go against the Tesla Model S, trying to reach more miles. That can be assumed that this concept will use Toyota’s highly advanced hydrogen engine, since they may have a competitor right now. It will come with a new structural design that enables the rear mounting of the electric drive motors. It puts the powertrains within the EMSB structure and it also ensures extra resilience in case of the rear-end impact. The engineers have patented the so called impact plate and it is also a part of the platform’s new structure. The plates will be put between the battery cells, running across from one sill structure to another. The rear-placed electric drivetrain should be similar in principle to the one which can be used in the Audi R8 e-tron. Which means two engines, one for every rear wheel, but Porsche’s design is supposed to be more advanced.
2017 Porsche Pajun Concept Release date and price
The company will probably present its all-electric concept, the 2017 Porsche Pajun at the IAA 2015 Frankfurt Auto Present this fall. Nevertheless , at this point, it is very ungrateful to forecast the debut of the production version of this concept, but it can be assumed that car could debut around 2017 or 2018 year. The price tag is also unknown. The main and only competitor to the 2017 all-electric concept Porsche Pajun is the Tesla Model S.