Motoring by Press Association 10/12/2018, 11:03 pm FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter What is it? Remember when a Porsche SUV was considered sacrilege? Those days are long gone, in so small part thanks to a modern market that sees pretty much everyone in on the action. Porsche will always be the first to popularise the Sports Utility Vehicle though, with the Cayenne in 2002, and it’s almost hard to believe its smaller sibling in the Macan has already been around four years. In fact, the German firm has decided now is the time to give the latter a facelift — and that’s what we’re looking at here. What’s new? Visual changes for the Macan are pretty light here, but certainly noticeable. Up front, new LED headlights now come as standard across the range alongside a slightly tweaked bumper design. It’s at the back were changes become really noticeable though, with a new full-width LED strip connecting the rear lights. New 20-inch alloys are available for no extra cost, while a fresh 21-inch option is on offer too. Inside the car, a new dashboard houses a 10.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system — which comes loaded with Porsche’s… Read full this story
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