By Isabelle Havasy

Launched in 2014, the Macan is getting a facelift for 2024. The German brand’s entry-level SUV joins the Taycan in the ranks of electrification. Available in two versions – 4 and Turbo—the second-generation Macan embraces a unique powertrain with a thread. Despite this evolution, it retains its iconic design and driving dynamics.

First vehicle under the Porsche name to adopt the new Premium Electric Platform (PPE) with its 800-volt architecture, the Macan boasts a 100 kWh battery, 95 of which are usable. With a maximum charge efficiency of 270 kWh, it delivers a 10–80% gain in around 21 minutes at a fast-charging station, under ideal conditions.

In terms of performance, the Macan 4 liberates up to 300 kW (402 hp) of supercharged power, coupled with 479 lb-ft of torque. The Turbo version, meanwhile, unleashes 470 kW (630 hp) and 833 lb-ft of torque. Both come with all-wheel drive.

The Macan adopts a new operating system powered by Android Automotive OS. It also features a head-up display with augmented reality technology.

The combination of the two trunks increases the volume to 624 litres, collecting an additional 127 litres compared to the previous model. As a bonus, the Macan can tow a maximum load of 2,000 kg.

The Macan 4 starts at $99,300, while the Macan Turbo begins at $125,300.

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