It looks like Porsche is cooking up some new additions to its lineup. Porsche has submitted VIN decoder guides to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which reveals that three new models are headed to the US for the 2019 model year.
AutoGuide dug up the files that were submitted to NHTSA, which reveal that Porsche will introduce the 2019 Panamera GTS, Cayman T and 911 Speedster. Since we only have the VIN details there aren’t that many details. The 2019 Cayman T will likely be similar to the 911 T with reduced weight. The report also shows that the Cayman T will also be powered by a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder, but the output isn’t known. The Cayman T will also weigh in at 3,649 pounds compared to 3,715 pounds for the regular 718 Cayman.
The VIN numbers also reveal that the 2019 Panamera GTS and Panamera Sport Turismo GTS are coming, but we don’t know any details. Lastly the 911 Speedster will be introduced and it’s pretty easy to figure out that it will be close to the concept. It’s being reported that the 911 Speedster will be powered by a 4.0L flat six engine from the 911 GT3.
If all three models are definitely in the pipeline we might see the debut in October at the 2018 Paris Motor Show.