PORSCHE MACAN S GETS BIG-POWER V6 TURBO ENGINE

Porsche_Macan_S_frontPorsche has expanded its Macan range with the introduction of a new 3.0-litre turbo-petrol engine in the Macan S.

The engine delivers up to 260 kW and has a maximum torque of 480 Nm. When fitted with the optional Sport Chrono Package, new Porsche Macan S accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.1 seconds.

Macan is very much a sports SUV and features staggered tyres working with the Porsche Traction Management 4WD system.

On the front axle, spring forks made from aluminium replace the previous steel components to reduce unsprung weight. Newly tuned sway bars ensure more neutral handling.

A lot of detailed have been made to the brakes of the new Macan S to provide faster brake response. Larger front brake discs, up by 10 mm to 360 mm in diameter, and by 2 mm to 36 mm provide even more stopping power even in harsh circumstances.

Porsche Macan S can be equipped with the optional Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) if you want to get really serious.

We have yet to road test the latest Macan S V6 but report on it soon and provide our opinions on these chassis changes.

Porsche_Macan_S_rear

Visually the Macan S incorporates the facelift seen in the updated previous models. The headlights are LED as standard. Or you can option to up to Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus to control light distribution adaptively. The three-dimensional rear LED light strip certainly looks great.

Porsche Communication Management (PCM) has a larger 10.9-inch full-HD touchscreen. It’s fully networked and includes online navigation with real-time traffic information, mobile phone connection, two audio interfaces and voice control.

Porsche_Macan_S_interior

The optional GT sports steering wheel, as seen in the Porsche 911, features a mode switch integrated into the wheel. Our favourite feature of all the latest Porsches, the Sport Response button is part of the optional Sport Chrono Package in Macan S,

New Porsche Macan S is available to order now and will arrive in Australia in the first quarter of 2019, with prices starting at $97,500. On-road costs have to be added into this.

Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *