Porsche updated its Macan for the second time before launching the new, largely independent electric Macan next year.
The SUV has been treated with performance upgrades, styling tweaks, and a completely overhauled cabin to keep it fresh for the rest of its life.
The standard Macan, S and GTS are now all more powerful than before (the Turbo has been discontinued). The entry-level Macan retains its 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder, but with a thrust of 241 hp to 261 hp, while the Macan S traded in its 3.0-liter V6 for a 2.9 V6. liters which pushes 26 hp more, to 375 hp. Both also receive slight increases in torque and therefore reductions in their 0-62mph sprint times.
Meanwhile, the Macan GTS had its 2.9-liter V6 tuned to almost exactly match the horsepower of the older Macan Turbo, at 434 hp and 405 lb-ft. Porsche says it can sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 4.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 169 mph. .
As before, the GTS focuses on dynamic performance. It therefore benefits from torque vectoring, 10mm suspension and stiffer air springs at each end for faster turn response and improved stability.
Subtle styling changes throughout the lineup, including a redesigned grille, revised rear diffuser, new standard LED headlights and larger wheels (available in seven new models) ranging from 19 to 21 inches, set the Macan apart. updated outgoing car.
The GTS variant follows the Porsche tradition by getting a range of black trim elements and a tailor-made rear diffuser.
The visual refresh is most pronounced inside, however, where a redesigned center console and control console align the Macan with its big brother, the Cayenne, and the new Panamera fastback.
The most obvious change is the removal of the physical buttons and switches that ran along the center console, on either side of the gear selector. They’ve been replaced with illuminating touch-sensitive icons which, paired with a smaller gear selector, allow for a cleaner, less cluttered setup.
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This notice was published: 2021-07-19 22:01:24