Porsche Macan 2024: This is how it could look (+ Images)

Porsche Macan 2024: This is how it could look (+ Images)


A speculative representation of the Porsche Macan 2024, of Porsche It is similar to the last prototype.

Porsche Macan 2024

Porsche first named the electric macan in February 2019 before announcing that it would be assembled later this year. This will no longer be possible due to software inconveniences, so the market launch of the product will be delayed. EV until the future year 2024.

See also: 2024 Porsche Macan EV Will Have 603 HP and Over 738 lb-ft

Some images of the prototype released months ago, gave rise to a speculative representation of Kolesa.

Although its camouflage didn’t reveal much, along with the purposely placed fake exhausts, a representative design of what the new model might look like is here.

PORSCHE MACAN 2024

It shows off its four-point LED headlight design, with a tailgate with a wide light bar. It gets an active rear spoiler, just like the traditional door handles.

arrives on the new PPE platform that the firm designed with Audithe macan 2024 it will be offered with a dual motor and four-wheel drive.

It has a 100 kWh battery pack with a useful capacity of 96 to 98 kWh and fast charging support at more than 270 kW. Almost 25 minutes will be enough to recharge the battery from 5 to 80% thanks to the 800 V electrical architecture.

They promise 603 horsepower and 738 pound-feet (1,000 Newton-meters) of torque and that their first electric crossover will be the “Sportiest model in its segment” thanks to a “high performance rear axle”.

The electric motor will sit behind the axle alongside the six-cylinder engine. Which will allow a weight distribution of 48% in the front and 52% in the rear that will optimize traction.


It has a front suspension unequal length control arm, a multi-link rear configuration and wheels up to 22″. It has two-valve shock absorbers to achieve an aerodynamic profile.

It has an electronic locking differential at the rear. We expect more pneumatic and steel suspensions with the Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system. We will know more of its specifications for next year before its launch.


Writing by Gossipvehículos/Source: motor1.com

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