Earlier this month, we told you that aside from the upcoming Macan crossover and the 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid, Porsche is plotting a second supercar model with a conventional powertrain and a smaller version of the Panamera sedan, internally known as the Pajun.
As it turns out, these aren’t the only new models under consideration at Porsche's Stuttgart headquarters as Car&Driver is reporting that the German firm will unveil a station wagon concept of the Panamera with a "shooting brake" moniker at the Paris Motor Show in late September.
An unidentified Porsche source told the magazine that the design study will gauge showgoers' reaction to the vehicle before committing to it, while also hinting at the styling of the facelifted as well as the next Panamera notchback models.
"The concept stands somewhere between the face-lifted current-generation car and the next one," the insider told C&D adding that if the concept receives the green light, it will become part of the range of the next generation Panamera.
The design study is also said to showcase a new plug-in hybrid powertrain.