Porsche has revealed the new Macan SUV in Shanghai, featuring new design tweaks and tech upgrades!
The exterior is based on the 911 and 918 Spyder including a redesigned wider front and a new back design with a three way split LED light strip as standard.
The main changes to the interior include a larger infotainment screen now at 11 inches.
The Connect Plus module is standard, with voice control and real-time traffic updates. A new Offroad Precision app can also record and analyse off-road driving experiences. It also has Traffic Jam Assist, with adaptive cruise control to drive in start/stop traffic up to 60km/h and also keep the car within its lane autonomously.
Options include a GT sports steering wheel, heated windscreen and an ioniser to improve air quality.
The Porsche Macan will be available in the first half of 2019.