The Porsche Macan has been with us considering that 2014, winning over customers and fans alike with its exceptional handling characteristics, efficiency and high-quality high-end cabin.
Like the Cayenne prior to it, the Macan has been a big hit for Porsche. It’s the marque’s most popular model, with 19,332 offered nationwide in 2016. This compares to 15,383 Cayennes and 8,901 911s sold during the exact same duration.
In order to stay on top however, the Macan will be getting a facelift, which usually suggests upgraded front and rear looks, brand-new interior features, updated engines, new colors and other things of that nature.
2019 Porsche Macan Design and Features
That said, all we can see are camouflaged headlights and taillights, as well as some hard-to-spot light camo on the front bumper, according to our spy professional photographers, who likewise didn’t miss the bigger spoiler lip at the front.
While the taillights stay covered, it’s possible that Porsche will offer the revitalized Macan a large LED strip just like they finished with the brand-new Panamera. In truth, it’s in fact most likely since they went and concealed the whole trunk lid instead of simply the taillights.
Speaking of the new Panamera, features such as its next-gen PCM system, high-res touch-sensitive display screens might possibly make it into the changed Macan– that is unless Porsche plans on waiting until they debut an all brand-new generation for their entry-level SUV.
2019 Porsche Macan Engine
It’s unclear exactly what Porsche has in shop for the Macan’s powertrains. One possibility is that we see a plug-in hybrid alternative included, more than likely pairing a V-6 with an electric motor incorporated with the transmission. We’re not expecting the Macan S Diesel provided overseas to make it here, due to the Volkswagen Group’s retreat from diesels.
2019 Porsche Macan Release Date
Presently, we’re anticipating the debut of the updated Macan in early 2018. It needs to arrive as a 2019 model. Prior to the upgraded Macan gets here, nevertheless, we’ll see a redesigned Cayenne presented.