- Porsche launches all-electric Macan SUV: Macan 4 and Macan Turbo models
- Key features: PSM powertrains, 100 kWh battery for up to 381 miles range, and sleek design
- Available order from £69,800.00 RRP inc VAT, deliveries start in the second half of the year
The new electric Porsche Macan launches as the internal combustion equivalent phases out later this year
Porsche introduces a groundbreaking addition to its lineup with the new Macan, an all-electric SUV featuring two models: Macan 4 and Macan Turbo. These electric powerhouses boast PSM powertrains, reaching up to 470 kW (639 PS) and 1,130 Nm of torque.
Equipped with a robust 100 kWh battery, the Macan sets a new benchmark for electric SUVs by delivering an impressive range of up to 381 miles (613 km). This all-electric marvel is not just about numbers; it redefines practicality with a maximum towing capacity of up to 2,000 kg.
The Macan comes with fast-charging capabilities of up to 270 kW. In a remarkable 21 minutes, the battery can be charged from 10% to 80%, making it a convenient choice for on-the-go lifestyles.
Performance is the name of the game as Porsche focuses on everyday practicality while retaining its racing design and DNA.
The vehicle’s sleek silhouette boasts a drag coefficient of 0.25 with Porsche Active Aerodynamics (PAA). Inside, the Macan delivers a performance-oriented SUV experience with increased luggage space. It offers up to 540 litres behind the rear seat bench. The interior features up to three screens, including a 12.6-inch curved-design instrument cluster and a 10.9-inch central display.
The Macan comes with all-wheel drive, electronic Porsche Traction Management (ePTM), and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus). For the first time, the Macan introduces optional rear-axle steering, providing a compact turning circle of 11.1 meters in urban traffic.
The Macan is available for order from today. Prices start at £69,800.00 RRP inc VAT for the Macan 4 and £95,000.00 RRP inc VAT for the Macan Turbo. Deliveries are set to commence in the second half of the year.
The internal combustion engine equivalent phases out later this year. That means this isn’t the electric Macan, it’s simply the new Macan. Porsche’s second EV is a sign of things to come. Like so many manufacturers right now, the line-up is electrifying.