The Porsche Macan will make its public debut at next month’s LA Auto Show.
As the new Macan microsite on the official Porsche website will tell you, there’s only a few days left before the all-new production model is unveiled at the LA Motor Show on November 20. While revealing spy shots of prototypes testing both on the street and at the Nurburgring have already given us plenty to think about, the teaser images shows the design of the baby SUV’s quad LED DRLs mimic those of the 918 Spyder. The rear shot sketch also confirms the taillight design has been borrowed from the recently facelifted Panamera.
Another styling cue is the curve of the car’s roof Porsche engineers call the flyline, which blends into the Macan’s tailgate-mounted rear spoiler. Porsche is keeping the car's specs to themselves save for the economy figures.
According to the carmaker’s Facebook page, the 254-hp 3.0-liter V6 diesel returns 38.5 mpg and emits 159g/km of CO2, while the rang-topping 394-hp 3.6-liter V6 Turbo manages 25.5 mpg and 216 g/km of CO2. Production of the Porsche Macan is slated for December in Germany ahead of a global launch in early 2014.