The Macan is one of the most popular SUV's in the Porsche line-up. The sales, too, of the Porsche Macan have been consistent since it was launched 2014. With rumors suggesting that the company is working on yet another update, we now have confirmation that it is indeed coming as it was recently spotted testing in Northern Europe. While the last major update in the Porsche Macan came in 2015, the latest one suggests that it will receive minor updates.
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The 2018 Porsche Macan will come with new bumpers in the front and rear, revised design of the LED DRLs, a new air duct and front indicators on the front grille. The rear end will get some tweaks in the tail lights along with a horizontal strip joining the two units at the back. It will also get false body panels on the tailgate.
On the inside, the 2018 Porsche Macan will get touch-sensitive switchgear, new 7-inch display within the instrument cluster, while a 12.3-inch touch screen will be mounted on the front and center. It will include Android Auto and Apple Car Play connectivity.
Under the hood, the 2018 Porsche Macan will most likely come with two new engines- a new 3.0-litre, single turbocharged V6 engine and a 2.9-litre turbocharged V6 engine. The new engines are expected to churn out more power than the outgoing engines. Moreover, we also expect Porsche to introduce a hybrid and all-electric versions of the Macan facelift.