Late last month, Porsche pulled the wraps off the new Macan GTS. To go along with the new Macan model, Porsche has also announced that it will be bringing new features to the rest of the Macan line as well. Models will get a new enhanced infotainment system and more comfort features.
The latest generation of Porsche Communication Management (PCM) is now standard in the Macan, which includes a new 7-inch multi-touch screen, an improved UI, real-time navigation, Apple Car Play support, and a Wi-fi hotspot. Full LED headlights are optional for all models of the Macan, and a new steering controller gives a more direct steering experience.
The Macan Turbo gets extended exterior and interior packages letting buyers customize the car even more than before. Turbo buyers can get 911 Turbo 21-inch wheels, smoked rear tail lights, sports exhaust, and Alcantara trim with contrast stitching.
European pricing for the new Macan lineup starts at 61,143 euros for the Macan S, 60,548 euros for Macan S diesel, 73,400 euros for Macan GTS, and 83,753 euros for Macan Turbo. U.S. pricing has yet to be announced.
Source:: 95 Octane