The German carmaker is planning to launch four new models over the next 12 months, including hardcore versions of its Cayman and Boxster roadsters.
Slides apparently from a presentation given to US Porsche dealers, though unconfirmed, have found their way to automotive site Jalopnik, revealing that GTS versions of the car company's entry-level soft-top Boxster and hard-top Cayman roadsters are coming in mid-2014.
Each will have 15 extra horsepower, come with manual transmission as standard, are expected to retail for $75,000 in the US and will make the public debut at the Beijing motor show in April.
Other new models include a Targa and Targa S version of the venerable 91, however for the new models, the sliding glass roof will be replaced by a removable hard top panel (like the original Targa versions of the 911 that debuted back in 1966).
However, unlike in the originals, the hard top panel will be motorized, meaning that the owner won't have to physically get out of the car, unclip the panel and try and squeeze it behind the rear seats.
As well as a trick roof, the Targa will have the same 350bhp found in the current Carrera 4 and the S will have 400bph like the hardtop C4S on which it is based. Both cars will be revealed at the Detroit motor show in January.
The slides also offered further details on one car that is no secret: the Macan small SUV. Expected to be revealed at the LA auto show in November, it will be offered with two powerplants (for the US market at least) -- a 3-litre turbo S model and a 3.6-litre turbo 'Turbo' model which will cost $52,000 and $75,000 respectively. Both will also come with Porsche's paddle-shift PDK gearbox as standard.