Motoring: Macan delivers flagship performance without a flagship price
The next generation of Porsche’s popular SUV range is an electric vehicle and, like its predecessors, a good all-round package
Porsche surprised everyone when it said the next generation of its popular Macan SUV would be an all-electric affair to follow the Taycan and Taycan Cross Turismo. Due to be launched in 2023, the electric Macan will be the first model on the company’s premium platform electric, or PPE for short.
The world is changing and the Macan is changing with it, but just as everyone accepted the idea Porsche suddenly decided that while...
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