2019 Porsche Macan

Jul 26, 2018

Category: Rides

It was a shock to the car world when Porsche announced their Cayenne SUV back in the early 2000s. And people were surprised yet again in 2014 with the unveiling of the more-compact Macan. But, since then, the little crossover SUV has been one of the brand’s best sellers. And now, for 2019, the little devil has gotten a much-needed refresh.

Looking more like a Porsche than ever, the full range of Macan crossover SUVs is getting the new upgrades. And while they’re mostly cosmetic, the changes are fairly extensive. For starters, the front end is getting newly-design and repositioned intake vents, which pairs well with the new full-suite of standard LED lights (both front and back). The body has also been meticulously redesigned to appear even wider at the front and sleeker in the back – tied together beautifully by a new tail-width LED rear light strip. And it’s getting new wheels and tires to better take advantage of the all-wheel-drive system. There’s also some new tech inside, as well – including an 11-inch touchscreen cockpit management system, Traffic Jam Assist self-driving tech, and the option for a GT sport steering wheel. We should see this new Macan hit the dealerships in the coming months.

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