The Porsche Macan Is Getting Ready For A Big Reveal

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And it's coming with a snazzy cabin.

In February of this year, Porsche presented the Macan T, a lightweight version of the regular Macan crossover. It's a handsome thing, as all Macans to date have been, but it did not introduce the new styling language that we spied on various prototypes earlier in the year. These shots have revealed that the next-generation Macan would be getting a new design that includes active aero at both ends of the car. All of these spy shots arrived before the reveal of the Macan T, after which the engineers seemed to take a break. But they're now back at work, and we've spotted more details of the new Porsche crossover.

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These new images show that we can look forward to at least two different designs for the front bumper, with the less aggressive likely to be affixed to the regular Macan and the more expressive design with air intakes in the corners to be attached to the Macan Turbo, which we expect to be revived after a 2022 hiatus in which the GTS matched the outgoing Turbo's performance. Other variants like the S and GTS are expected to carry over once again. We can also see some stylish wheel designs, along with another look at the updated headlights, which look truly futuristic yet classy. Not much else is revealed because these cars have been thoroughly evaluated through all sorts of grime and muck, which should give future Macan buyers confidence in driving their cars off the beaten path.

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Fortunately, our sources did manage to get a couple of decent shots of the cabin. We've seen inside the upcoming electric version before, and it appears that the combustion-powered Porsche Macan will follow a similar recipe. Unlike the upcoming Panamera, the design of this cabin appears not to have drawn much influence from the all-electric Taycan. That said, the gear selector has been moved from the center console and could be replaced by a switch on the dash, as in the Taycan. The area formerly occupied by the selector now hosts the climate controls. This area looks like a magnet for dust and fingerprints, but at least some physical knobs and switches remain. We'll report back once we learn more.

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