Here’s the latest intel about the Porscha Cajun which says a 3-door model is possible.
Using the Q5 as its technical basis means that the Cajun will essentially stand on a front-wheel-drive architecture: Audi’s modular longitudinal platform. That said, like the Q5, all versions of the Cajun will be equipped with Audi’s Quattro all-wheel-drive system, which won’t go by its original name here. The chassis remains unchanged in its key parts, but the Cajun gets its own wheels and a tailored braking system. While the Q5 might seem overly aggressive when equipped with the S-line package, that sort of agility and firmness will be just right for the Porsche.
Power will come from engines out of Audi’s parts bin, tuned by Porsche for slightly more power and sound. The engine portfolio will include a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6, rated at around 300 hp, and a 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder, good for roughly 220 hp. A higher-boost supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 is possible and could make up to 350 hp. The Cajun could also be offered with the Q5 hybrid’s powertrain, which consists of a 208-hp 2.0 TFSI and a 44-hp electric motor.