Porsche launches the McCann/Macan after a 2021 facelift with improved performance, a sharper design, and a new internal console. All three versions come with a significantly more powerful engine compared to the previous model. The sporty flagship, the porsche macan, will lead the series of models.
- The Porsche McCann, or “Baby Cayenne” if you will, is a luxury compact SUV designed to compete at the upper end of the category.
- Porsche doesn’t want you to treat it as a direct competitor to the BMW X3 (or X4), the Range Rover Ivac and the like, but rather to treat it as a much more expensive and exclusive tool.
- He inherited the base from the Audi Q5, but despite this Porsche reports that only 20% of the assemblies are shared with the Audi.
- And you can believe them with a completely different design for the body (reminiscent of the Cayenne) and the cabin that conveys “I’m a Porsche, and let everyone notice it.”
- But forget it, what’s really interesting about the new McCann is the list of engines.
- All of them are turbocharged, and all of them (except for the basic 2.0-litre) are unique to McCann and herald a new engine family that will permeate all lines of the brand. The 2.0-litre engine produces 240 hp but does not reach the ground at this stage.
- Above it is the S version with a 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine producing 340 hp and 46.7 km.
- The diesel S version presents a maximum power figure of 258 hp and about 60 km from the 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel engine.
- The senior version is amusingly referred to as “Turbo,” although, as already mentioned, all engines are turbocharged. This version is equipped with a 3.6-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces 400 hp and 56.6 km, which is enough to accelerate the McCann to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds. impressive, but the pleasure is expensive, with prices that are very close to those of its big brother, the Cayenne.
Porsche’s compact SUV is receiving a wide facelift