Porsche Cajun prototype caught wearing Audi duds in Sweden
Only appearances can be deceiving. Because while this may look like a Q5 – or even a high-performance Q5-RS – what we're actually looking at is a prototype for the upcoming Porsche Cajun.
The highly anticipated baby brother to the Cayenne will benefit from the synergies of belonging to the Volkswagen Group, hence the Q5 platform and – until we see otherwise – the Q5's sheetmetal. The major difference is in the wheel wells: bigger alloys, bigger brakes, and a wider track than the existing Audi.
The running gear (read: powertrain) is expected to be fine-tuned by Porsche engineers for a sportier attitude. We're expecting hybrid and even three-door versions (the latter to target the Range Rover Evoque), but for now we'll just have to gaze upon a wolf in sheep's clothing. Check it out in the high-res image gallery from the frozen tundra – you won't even have to put on your parka.
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