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The brand may also unveil Panamera variants with a diesel engine and a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain at the Geneva auto show in March, the trade weekly said.
The models would help Porsche to meet demand for fuel-efficient cars that is growing fast even among luxury car buyers. "We are discussing internally if we should introduce the Cayenne diesel in the U.S. this year. Also a Panamera diesel is an option," said Bernhard Maier, the brand's sales and marketing chief.
Gallery: Porsche's Diesel Plans for the U.S.