According to the current rumors from many Autos Forum, The 2020 Macan Edition will have more Power than the previous one, Porsche Will armed the next Macan with a new engine system, and the inside will also look more sporty than the Macan current Edition, So let’s see how the 2020 Macan will be.
For 2020 Model year, The front fascia of the Macan now features several styling cues borrowed from the 911 sports car. The headlamps now feature the familiar four-point LED lighting pattern that comes standard on every trim level. Optionally, you can replace them with the dynamic lighting system called PDLS Plus.
The intakes in the bumper have also been revised, with horizontal slats added to the center vent and bigger side outlets with wider slats. The smaller side vents below are also longer, while the center opening is almost perfectly rectangular. The apron is larger too and almost as sharp as the 911’s splitter. All these features make the Macan look wider and sportier than before.
The new taillights are the first features that catch the eye around back. They’re fitted with the recent four-point design LEDs, but they also feature the new three-dimensional LED strip with “Porsche” letters. Already available on the 911 and Panamera, the LED strip is a trademark element for the German brand. We can see minor changes in the diffuser as well, but the Macan also sports a new tailpipe setup with round outlets on each side of the bumper.
Four 2020 Macan, Porsche give more exterior colors, Available colors for 2020 Macan: Miami Blue, Mamba Green Metallic, Dolomite Silver Metallic, and Crayon.
The Interior & Technology
there’s a new infotainment display with a 10.9-inch diagonal. That’s four inches more than the old unit. Porsche also added a revised Communication Management (PCM) system, which offers access to new digital functions, including intelligent voice control and the online navigation system. This enabled Porsche to eliminate some of the buttons in the center stack for a cleaner, modern look.
The center stack was also redesigned, mostly to make way for the larger infotainment display. Porsche abandoned the traditional layout with A/C vents flanking the screen, with the former now placed right above the center console. They’re much smaller too.
Another important change is the sportier GT steering wheel. Based on the one from the 911 sports car, it features revised controls, and it can be equipped with a mode switch and the Sport Response Button. Both are part of the optional Sports Chrono Package that also adds the analog clock on the dashboard. This steering wheel doesn’t come standard though, so you’ll have to look it up on the options list and pay a little extra to get it.
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More upgrades can be found in the equipment department, including the Traffic Jam Assist, the ionizer, and the heated windscreen. But just like the GT steering wheel, they’re all optional.
How Powerful The 2020 Macan?
The 2020 Macan Edition continues with the same engines, but Porsche made some changes in order to improve fuel economy. The base model, for instance, lost seven horsepower due to Porsche adding a new particulate filter. Thankfully, the 3.0-liter V-6 in the Macan S has a tiny increase to brag about.
Specifically, the mill now cranks out 354 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque, or 14 horsepower and 15 pound-feet more than its predecessor.
When equipped with the Sport Chrono package, it hits 62 mph in 5.1 seconds, a tenth-second quicker than the outgoing model. Top speed remains locked at the same 158 mph though.
Porsche meddled with some of the internals, moving the turbocharger in the inner V for shorter exhaust gas paths between the combustion chambers and the turbocharger. This design enhances responsiveness. The revised combustion chamber geometry with a central injector also enables more efficient fuel mixture preparation. Fuel consumption on the European NEDC cycle is estimated at 8.9 liters per 100 km, a marginal improvement over the old model.
How Much it Cost?
Sadly, The Price information for the U.S. market is not yet available, but the next 2020 Macan S should cost a tad more than the outgoing model. The old crossover retails from $55,400.