The Porsche Macan EV showcases a design reminiscent of the Taycan but with a taller and more compact body.
The vehicle’s headlights are divided into two sections: the upper section features Porsche’s iconic four-point daytime running light, while the lower part consists of a LED matrix unit located on the bumper.
The rear design of the Macan closely resembles that of the Taycan, especially with the full-width lightbar that extends to the vehicle’s outer edges.
The Macan EV offers increased luggage space due to its electric design, with a capacity of 540 liters, expanding to 1348 liters when the rear seats are folded.
An additional front luggage compartment (frunk) provides 84 liters of storage space.
Total cargo capacity exceeds the previous model by 136 liters.
Interior and Technology:
The interior of the Macan EV is a technological haven, with options for up to three displays: a 12.6-inch curved instrument cluster for the driver, a 10.9-inch central infot-infrastructural display, and an additional 10.9-inch display for the passenger.
The vehicle features a head-up display with augmented reality, allowing drivers to view virtual navigation aids without looking away from the road.
Performance and Powertrain:
Built on Porsche’s new 800-volt architecture, the electric Macan is powered by a 100kW (95kW net) lithium-ion (NMC811) battery.
The Macan 4 variant offers a range of 613km, while the Macan Turbo offers 591km.
Both variants support DC recharging at up to 270kW.
The Macan features all-wheel drive, with the Turbo variant boasting 470kW and 1130Nm of torque, enabling acceleration from 0 to 100km/h in just 3.3 seconds.
The Macan 4 variant produces 300kW and 650Nm, achieving 0 to 100km/h in 5.2 seconds.
The vehicle includes rear axle steering and air suspension, with the rear axle steering being a new addition to the Macan, enabling a full turn in just 11.1 meters.