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    The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Ten years after its launch, the Porsche Macan is heading into its second model generation, now in all-electric form. Through its progressive, timeless design, characteristic Porsche performance, long-distance range and high everyday practicality, the new Macan 4 and the new Macan Turbo aim to completely fulfil the requirements of Porsche customers choosing an SUV. “We are taking the Macan to a completely new level – with exceptional E-Performance, the new Driver Experience, and a very impressive design,” said Oliver Blume, Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche AG, on the occasion of the world premiere in Singapore.

    “Our aim is to offer the sportiest model in its segment with the all-electric Macan,” says Jörg Kerner, Vice President Product Line Macan. Porsche exclusively uses the latest generation of permanently-excited PSM electric motors on the front and rear axles to achieve excellent efficiency and enable optimum reproducibility of the power output. The numbers alone indicate top-class E-Performance: In combination with Launch Control, the Macan 4 produces up to 300 kW (408 PS) of overboost power, while the Macan Turbo boasts up to 470 kW (639 PS). The maximum torque is 650 and 1,130 Nm, respectively. This guarantees excellent driving performance. The Macan 4 accelerates from a standstill to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds, while the Macan Turbo takes just 3.3 seconds. The two models achieve top speeds of 220 and 260 km/h, respectively.

    New Premium Platform Electric with 800-volt architecture
    The electric motors draw their energy from a lithium-ion battery in the underbody, with a gross capacity of 100 kWh, of which up to 95 kWh can be actively used. The HV battery is a central component of the newly developed Premium Platform Electric (PPE) with 800-volt architecture, used by Porsche for the first time in the new Macan. The DC charging output is up to 270 kW. The battery can be charged from 10 to 80 per cent within approximately 21 minutes at a suitable fast-charging station. At 400-volt charging stations, a high-voltage switch in the battery enables bank charging by effectively splitting the 800-volt battery into two batteries, each with a rated voltage of 400 volts. This enables particularly efficient charging, without an additional HV booster, at up to 135 kW. AC charging at up to 11 kW is possible at household wall boxes.

    Up to 240 kW of energy can be recuperated via the electric motors while driving. The Integrated Power Box (IPB) also contributes to the efficiency of the new Macan models, while also saving weight and space. The innovative and compact IPB combines three components – the on-board AC charger, the high-voltage heater and the DC/DC converter. The combined WLTP range is up to 613 km in the Macan 4 and up to 591 km in the Macan Turbo.

    Sporty proportions and coupé-like lines
    Thanks to the sharper proportions and Porsche Design DNA, the new Macan models look dynamic and dominant. “With the all-electric Macan, we are presenting the first Porsche that we are taking electric from an established product identity,” says Michael Mauer, Vice President Style Porsche. “The new Macan is clearly recognisable by its brand identity as part of the Porsche product family. The classic Porsche proportions have been further developed and optimally adapted to the challenges of an electric vehicle. This has further heightened the sporty, modern and dynamic appearance of the Macan. The design makes it clear: The Macan remains the sports car in its segment, even in electric form.”

    The shallow pitch of the bonnet and the strongly pronounced wings give the entry-level SUV, which is 4,784 mm long, 1,938 mm wide and 1,622 mm high, a dynamic appearance even when stationary. The new Macan is fitted with up to 22-inch wheels with staggered tyre fitment. The wheelbase, which is 86 mm longer than the previous model (2,893 mm), is offset by short overhangs at the front and rear. The headlights are divided into two parts: the flat upper light unit with four-point daytime running lights is embedded in the wings and emphasises the width of the car. The main headlight module with optional matrix LED technology is positioned slightly lower in the front end. The characteristic Porsche flyline forms a unit with the flat rear window. In combination with the frameless doors with characteristic side blades, the result is a sleek, sporty design. Strongly pronounced shoulders give the rear a muscular look. The Porsche logo now sits in the centre of the sculptural 3D light strip.

    Active and passive aerodynamics for greater range
    Porsche combines its design DNA with aerodynamics optimised for range. Thanks to the Porsche Active Aerodynamics (PAA) with active and passive elements and a drag coefficient of 0.25, the new Macan is one of the most streamlined SUVs on the market – with positive effects on range and power consumption. The PAA system includes the adaptive rear spoiler, active cooling flaps on the front air intakes and flexible covers on the fully sealed underbody. Air curtains below the headlight module and the low-slung front end optimise the air flow. At the rear, lateral tear-off edges and the louvred diffuser ensure aerodynamic efficiency.

    Two luggage compartments and increased interior space
    The new Macan is a performance-oriented SUV with a high level of practicality for everyday use, high-quality equipment and spacious configuration. Electrification has led to increased luggage space in the Macan. Depending on the model and equipment fitted, the capacity behind the rear seat bench is up to 540 litres (cargo mode). In addition, there is the ‘frunk’, a second luggage compartment under the bonnet with a capacity of 84 litres. This amounts to 136 litres more than the previous model. If the rear seat backrest is folded down completely, the rear luggage compartment capacity increases to up to 1,348 litres. The maximum towing capacity of 2,000 kg rounds off the highly practical qualities of the new Macan.

    Depending on the model and equipment fitted, the driver and front passenger now sit up to 28 mm lower than before, while the rear passengers sit up to 15 mm lower with increased legroom. The interior is unmistakably Porsche: the width of the cockpit is emphasised by an integrated black panel. The rising design of the centre console heightens the impression of a low and performance-focused position in the vehicle. At the same time, large windows give a light and airy feel to the interior space. In addition to the modern digital user interfaces, there are also select analogue control elements – for example, on the air vents and the air conditioning controls. An LED light strip is integrated into the thoughtfully designed trim strip of the cockpit and doors. It acts as both ambient lighting and a communication light. Depending on the situation, it provides information or warnings – such as for greetings, charging processes or in conjunction with the driver assistance systems. The equipment in the new Macan enables a high degree of customisation.

    Porsche also aims to use more ecological materials in its cars. A proportion of such materials is used in selected parts in the interior of the all-electric Macan.

    Driver experience: high computing power and connectivity
    The Macan is equipped with the latest-generation display and operating concept with up to three screens, including the free-standing 12.6-inch, curved-design instrument cluster and the 10.9-inch central display. For the first time, the passenger can also view information, adjust settings on the infotainment system or stream video content while the car is being driven via their own optional 10.9-inch screen. For the first time, the Porsche Driver Experience also includes a head-up display with augmented reality technology. Virtual elements such as navigation arrows are visually integrated seamlessly into the real world. The image appears to the driver at a distance of 10 metres and corresponds to the size of an 87-inch display.

    The new-generation infotainment system is based on Android Automotive OS. The standard Porsche Communication Management (PCM) in the new Macan takes computing performance to a new level. For example, the “Hey Porsche” voice assistant suggests routes, including charging stops, at lightning speed. In the new Porsche App Centre, passengers can directly access popular apps from third-party providers and install them directly in the new Macan.

    First Macan with rear-axle steering and two-valve dampers
    Porsche developed the Macan with a keen focus on quintessential Porsche driving dynamics and a characteristic steering feel. “Thanks to its particularly sporty seat position and low centre of gravity, as well as its impressive driving dynamics and steering precision, the new Macan delivers a real sports car feeling,” explains Product Line Vice President Jörg Kerner.

    Both the Macan 4 and the Macan Turbo have all-wheel drive. The two electric motors are controlled via the power electronics almost in real time. The electronically controlled Porsche Traction Management (ePTM) operates around five times faster than a conventional all-wheel drive system and can respond to slip within 10 milliseconds. In addition, the all-wheel drive distribution is governed by the selected driving programme. Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus), an electronically controlled differential lock on the rear axle, also contributes to the traction, driving stability and lateral dynamics of the Macan Turbo.

    Macan models with air suspension – also standard on the Turbo – are equipped with the Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) electronic damping control. This can also be combined with the steel-spring suspension as an option. PASM now also features dampers with two-valve technology. Thanks to the more expansive damper map, this results in a wider spectrum between comfort and performance. This makes the differences between the driving programmes even more tangible.
    For the first time, the Macan has optional rear-axle steering, with a maximum steering angle of five degrees. It enables a compact turning circle of 11.1 metres in urban traffic and when manoeuvring, while simultaneously enabling exceptional driving stability at higher speeds, ably assisted by the consistent and precise front-axle steering for which the brand is known.

    Since 2014, Porsche has delivered more than 800,000 examples of the Macan worldwide. This success story is set to continue with this all-electric successor, which is produced in a net carbon neutral way at the Porsche Plant Leipzig. The new models will be delivered to the first customers during the second half of the year. Prices including VAT and country-specific equipment start in Germany at € 84,100 for the Macan 4 and € 114,600 for the Macan Turbo.

     

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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Hmmm.  No weight information provided in that release.  With the lights on, it resembles a previous generation Hyundai Kona and the back doesn’t look appropriate for the price either.  Perhaps it looks better than the white Turbo in the press release images.  Prices in the States start almost $20,000 more expensive than the ICE variant.  


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    CGX car nut:

    Hmmm.  No weight information provided in that release.  With the lights on, it resembles a previous generation Hyundai Kona and the back doesn’t look appropriate for the price either.  Perhaps it looks better than the white Turbo in the press release images.  Prices in the States start almost $20,000 more expensive than the ICE variant.  

    Weight is slightly under 5500 pounds... EU weight is 2480 kg.

    Top speed is 260 kph, 0-100 kph in 3.3 seconds. 0-200 kph in 11.7 seconds.

    Above numbers are for the Turbo.

    I like the front, I like the interior but I hate the rear...just doesn't look "right". Maybe it looks better live? Smiley


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    RC:
    CGX car nut:

    Hmmm.  No weight information provided in that release.  With the lights on, it resembles a previous generation Hyundai Kona and the back doesn’t look appropriate for the price either.  Perhaps it looks better than the white Turbo in the press release images.  Prices in the States start almost $20,000 more expensive than the ICE variant.  

    Weight is slightly under 5500 pounds... EU weight is 2480 kg.

    Top speed is 260 kph, 0-100 kph in 3.3 seconds. 0-200 kph in 11.7 seconds.

    Above numbers are for the Turbo.


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    So gross weight is around 6,500.  Insane.  


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    I configured one to my liking, basically all major options, not much special leather or stuff like that and I ended up with around 133k EUR. For a Macan. Ouch. Yes, it is a very fast car but I can get a Tesla Model X Plaid for the same money with ALL options. I think Porsche should work on their value for money ratio. Yes, a Tesla is not comparable quality-wise but technology-wise, I think the Tesla doesn't have to hide behind the Macan.


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    CGX car nut:
    RC:
    CGX car nut:

    Hmmm.  No weight information provided in that release.  With the lights on, it resembles a previous generation Hyundai Kona and the back doesn’t look appropriate for the price either.  Perhaps it looks better than the white Turbo in the press release images.  Prices in the States start almost $20,000 more expensive than the ICE variant.  

    Weight is slightly under 5500 pounds... EU weight is 2480 kg.

    Top speed is 260 kph, 0-100 kph in 3.3 seconds. 0-200 kph in 11.7 seconds.

    Above numbers are for the Turbo.


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    RC (Germany) - Rennteam Editor Lamborghini Huracan Performante (2019), BMW Z4 M40i (2022), Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk (2019 EU)

     

    So gross weight is around 6,500.  Insane.  

    Well, the new Macan Turbo EV weights almost half a ton more than the comparable Macan GTS ICE. Ouch.

    Still...it will wipe the floor with the Macan GTS.


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Oh...power of the Macan Turbo (without the temporary boost to 639 hp) is actually 584 hp.


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    RC:

    Oh...power of the Macan Turbo (without the temporary boost to 639 hp) is actually 584 hp.

    Just like the four cylinder Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 is better than the previous V8 equipped model.  


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    I’m not in the market for a Macan, but I like the styling.  In my opinion, 911 series could do with a bit of a styling bump.


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    CGX car nut:
    RC:

    Oh...power of the Macan Turbo (without the temporary boost to 639 hp) is actually 584 hp.

    Just like the four cylinder Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 is better than the previous V8 equipped model.  

    Better? Smiley 


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Wonderbar:

    I’m not in the market for a Macan, but I like the styling.  In my opinion, 911 series could do with a bit of a styling bump.

    Agreed, the Macan looks good, specially the Turbo. And yet I can't help thinking of the Pontiac Aztek every time a new car goes down the split headlight route. 


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

     

     

    Good first video review IMO.

    The range is very acceptable and the price above the ICE models is not astronomical.

    I might be in a minority but I liked the styling at first sight,  especially in the Provence colour, featured in the video.

    Judging from how the Taycan drives  and the fact that the Macan EV is still a Porsche the dynamics are bound to be top class.


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    RC:

    I configured one to my liking, basically all major options, not much special leather or stuff like that and I ended up with around 133k EUR. For a Macan. Ouch. Yes, it is a very fast car but I can get a Tesla Model X Plaid for the same money with ALL options. I think Porsche should work on their value for money ratio. Yes, a Tesla is not comparable quality-wise but technology-wise, I think the Tesla doesn't have to hide behind the Macan.

     

    What technology you talking about? 

    The Korean offerings are right up there with Tesla tech wise, with a much better build quality and material usage, for a lot less money, just saying.

    All Teslas except the Cybertruck is still running on last generation 400V architecture, that means the Model X is already a full generation behind the Macan, which is running 800V, and like the Cybertruck, can split it down in series to 2 400V batteries for charging if they are stuck with a 400V charger. current limited to 135kW max however. 

    The advance cruise control bit you talking about? Last I checked, both FSD and Autopilot are under investigation, for being not complete or mature enough for general public consumption, and Mercedes has more advanced self driving that's actually certified. 

    Whatever technology lead Tesla had when they released the Model S, then Model 3, have evaporated. 

    The only advantage left over everyone else is just the Supercharger network, but that one is knocking on the door to the death bed, as everyone can charge on the Supercharger network now.

    Putting everything on a touchscreen doesn't mean having a lead in tech, that's just called cost cutting and lazy. 

    Merging body parts into one giant piece isn't a leading tech, it's call passing the buck to the consumers. Yes it's cheaper and quicker to assembly bigger parts, but it's more expensive or even impossible to fix after.

     

     


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    The front I don't mind, the interior look just like the current Cayenne, but that rear doesn't say Porsche to me, it looks more like a nondescript Lincoln SUV or something. 


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Whoopsy:

    The front I don't mind, the interior look just like the current Cayenne, but that rear doesn't say Porsche to me, it looks more like a nondescript Lincoln SUV or something. 

    Yep, the rear is a problem... Maybe they did that on purpose...to sell the facelift. Smiley


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Haha but they did a lovely rear end on the Taycan in their first try.

     


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    I dont like the front or the back of the car, it just looks weird. The released sketches looked better than the real car. 540l of trunk space in the back is ok.


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

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    Now I think the rear looks like an Audi rear, maybe a Q8 or something. 


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    RC:
    CGX car nut:
    RC:

    Oh...power of the Macan Turbo (without the temporary boost to 639 hp) is actually 584 hp.

    Just like the four cylinder Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 is better than the previous V8 equipped model.  

    Better? Smiley 

    Sarcasm evidently doesn’t travel well across the Pond.  The C63 is an absolute disaster and that will be a problem with the Macan EV too since the ICE variant is still on sale here for a while.  Most getting a Macan are looking for value with a Porsche badge. 


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Macan EV? pass

    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Whoopsy:

    Haha but they did a lovely rear end on the Taycan in their first try.

     

    Indeed. Smiley


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    CGX car nut:
    RC:
    CGX car nut:
    RC:

    Oh...power of the Macan Turbo (without the temporary boost to 639 hp) is actually 584 hp.

    Just like the four cylinder Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 is better than the previous V8 equipped model.  

    Better? Smiley 

    Sarcasm evidently doesn’t travel well across the Pond.  The C63 is an absolute disaster and that will be a problem with the Macan EV too since the ICE variant is still on sale here for a while.  Most getting a Macan are looking for value with a Porsche badge. 

    Do I really need to explain the purpose of using emojis? Smiley Smiley

    Sarcasm works when you speak but not when you write, unless you are a good writer and know how to express sarcasm with words or...if you use emojis. Smiley

    The C63 is not a disaster, it is actually a good product (I drove one) but it is no proper replacement for the previous V8 generation and it is wayyyyyy too expensive for what it offers. You can get discounted(!) cars from the Mercedes website directly here in Germany, last discount was 16% as far as I remember. Whoever needs a nice and powerful hybrid, the C63 is a good product but not what people would expect from a typical C63. It could be a disaster for Mercedes Benz from a financial point of view but I think that Mercedes and others don't care because from around 2030-2035 on, most car manufacturers won't produce any ICE cars anymore anyway.

    I do not think that the ICE Macan will do much harm to the Macan EV. The Macan Turbo EV wipes the floor with the Macan ICE top model GTS. Price-wise, the cars are not far away from each other and even the Macan GTS isn't a really "emotional" car people would enjoy. I had a Macan Turbo (first gen) and I liked the car a lot but in the end, it got boring with that lackluster 6-Zyl engine.

    I find the Macan Turbo EV quite appealing, there is nothing comparable on the market yet in my opinion BUT yes, I wouldn't buy one, probably only lease it if there is a good offer since I do not trust EV technology right now. It is only a matter of time when there is going to be a battery/charging breakthrough and then most of the "old" EVs will be worthless in my opinion. The technology is too new to "own" it, it is not a risk I am willing to take.

     


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    CGX car nut:
     The C63 is an absolute disaster and that will be a problem with the Macan EV too since the ICE variant is still on sale here for a while.  Most getting a Macan are looking for value with a Porsche badge. 

     

    As the new Macan is a completely new offer, I think it will sell like hot cakes in our market.

    The curent Macan over here is the new Golf. You just see them everywhere. As customers trust the Porsche badge, love new tech, and are encouraged to move to EV, I am pretty sure they will make the jump to the new version.

    In Switzerland we will also cary on with both variants, as we are not under the same rules as the EU. 


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    RC:
    Whoopsy:

    The front I don't mind, the interior look just like the current Cayenne, but that rear doesn't say Porsche to me, it looks more like a nondescript Lincoln SUV or something. 

    Yep, the rear is a problem... Maybe they did that on purpose...to sell the facelift. Smiley

    Porsche would never do a thing like that ... Smiley


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Whoopsy:

    Haha but they did a lovely rear end on the Taycan in their first try.

    IMO the design on the Taycan was much more cohesive because it needed to assert itself into a brand new market. It follows less of the typical Porsche model path and instead was a case study. So they were much more aggressive with some of the choices made. 


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    looks very girly... PAG is targetting the mum's !!


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    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Govt green stupidity drives such wasteful engineering exercises... and we are all aware of the societal and environmental unintended consequences. Meanwhile hydrocarbons power the remains of civilisation.


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    the-missile:

    looks very girly... PAG is targetting the mum's !!

    During the debut yesterday in Singapore, Porsche stressed that Southeast Asis is the largest market for the Macan and that the owners are 1) mostly new to the brand, 2) younger, and 3) mostly female. 


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Sounds about right


    Re: The new Macan: the first all-electric SUV from Porsche

    Carlos from Spain:

    Sounds about right

    The only new Volkswagen Group product launched recently that I find interesting is the Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk 8.5.  Imagine 261 bhp in a Golf!  Too bad the manual was shifted to the great graveyard of automobile technology. 


     
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