Porsche plans a major expansion of its product range by the middle of the decade.
CEO Matthias Mueller has promised at least one new model a year, starting with the redesigned 911 that arrives in the United States in February.
An SUV that is smaller than the Cayenne will be added, along with an entry-level roadster. They could be joined by a sedan smaller than the Panamera and a plug-in hybrid supercar priced lower than the $845,000 limited-edition 918 Spyder.
Entry-level roadster: A mid-engine car, developed with Volkswagen and meant to attract younger buyers, is expected in 2015. It will be based on the VW BlueSport concept shown at the 2009 Detroit auto show. VW will have a version, and Audi might, too.
The car has been dubbed the 550 Spyder, but the name could change. There are reports that it will get a new 210-hp, 1.9-liter boxer engine.
Boxster: The roadster will be redesigned in 2012, when it could get a four-cylinder as a base engine or as an option.
An S Black Edition -- it's black inside and out -- went on sale in the spring. Worldwide production will be limited to 1,000 cars. The 3.2-liter six-cylinder engine got a 10-hp boost, to 320 hp, for the special edition.