Porsche likes to take their Macan über-grocery getter to the track, but of course they do—they’re a fast-car company that doesn’t want to be called a sellout for building crossovers. Fortunately, owners are now trolling 911s and other like sports cars in a crossover capable of pulling 1.13 G in a corner. It is…
The Porsche Macan looks more “tall hatchback” than “small SUV,” but you won’t feel much relation to either behind the wheel. What do you need to know before you buy one? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Porsche GTS trims tend to be S models with some additional hotness thrown in for good measure—in this case, performance goodies. So it’s nice, then, that Porsche just announced their new Macan GTS at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Here it is — the smaller-than-a-Cayenne SUV from Porsche that everyone thought would be called the "Cajun." Except instead, it'll be called the Macan — derived from the Indonesian word for "tiger." Funny, doesn't look much like a tiger to us.