Porsche has officially announced today that production for the upcoming Cajun SUV will take place at the Leipzig factory in Germany.
The new Porsche Cajun which will sit below the Cayenne range is designed as an entry model targeting younger customers, and once this baby SUV will get unveiled there is a high possibility for the Cajun name to be changed to something else. 
In order to accommodate the upcoming Cajun production, the automaker’s plant in Leipzig will have to undergo a substantial expansion, which besides a body assembly line will also include a paint shop. This move will result in around 1000 new employees at the Leipzig plant along with additional new jobs in Stuttgart.
Matthias Muller, chairman of the Porsche AG board
of management said that "During the production of the Cayenne and the Panamera, our Leipzig
plant has impressively proved that it can produce premium vehicles of
highest quality," "The decision in favour of this location is proof of our
trust in the skills and qualifications of our Leipzig associates, and
at the same time another contribution to the economic advancement of the

Source: Porsche