2025 Porsche Macan Turbo Electric Photos, engines & full specs

Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
Segment: Medium SUV
Infotainment: Apple CarPlay icon Apple CarPlay   Android Auto icon Android Auto  
Production years: 2024

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Porsche unveiled the second generation of the Macan crossover in 2024, a decade after the model’s introduction, and this time it unveiled it as an EV-only affair.

When the German automaker introduced the so-called Baby Cayenne in 2014, many customers were delighted to have a performance-oriented crossover that could perform well within city limits. Moreover, the wide choice of engines helped them get on according to their needs, whether they were looking for a fuel-efficient or a go-fast crossover that could keep up and overtake many sports cars. Porsche launched the second generation of the Macan with a choice of two engines: the entry-level Macan 4 and the Macan Turbo as the top performer version at the unveiling time in January 2024. Both versions were built on top of a newly developed platform called PPE (Premium Platform Electric), which Audi also used to develop other vehicles.

With a front fascia resembling the Taycan, Porsche’s first EV, the Macan Turbo featured upper headlamps with four horizontal LED bars. Customers could also have the car fitted with adaptive LED Matrix headlights. Lower, on the bumper, the automaker added two twin-lamps on the outer sides, which were different from the single-unit ones mounted on the Macan 4. The lower side of the bumper showed an aggressive stance, with a trapezoidal-shaped center air intake and a lower lip that increased downforce. In addition, Porsche installed adaptive vents that opened and closed to improve cooling or aerodynamics, respectively.

From its profile, the Macan Turbo boasted a set of 20-inch alloy wheels fitted as standard, with an option of 21- or 22-inch sets. The wheel arches were adorned by slim plastic moldings emphasizing the clearance between the wheels and the wheel well. Furthermore, the side sills were black to create a slimmer profile for the car and the illusion of a higher ground clearance. Still, even though the Macan Turbo was aimed at customers looking for sports cars and supercars, it could handle up to 300 mm (11.8-inch) wading depth with the standard steel suspension and 340 mm (13.4-inch) with the air suspension.

Inside, customers were greeted by high-bolstered front bucket seats, while in the back, a split-folding bench could accommodate up to three passengers, but with not that much legroom room left for the one who sat in the middle. Fronting the driver was a 12,6-inch curved display for the instrument cluster. Atop the center stack, Porsche installed a 10.9-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system that ran on Android Automotive OS. For storage, customers could use either the rear luggage area or the frunk, which was good enough for daily use.

Under its skin, the Macan Turbo boasted a two-motor setup that could send up to 639 PS (630 hp) in all corners. Thanks to this setup and despite the heavy vehicle, the 2024 Macan Turbo could rocket from naught to 62 mph (0-100 kph) in a mere 3.3 seconds, which was already in supercar territory.

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PORSCHE Macan Turbo Electric 2024
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  • 100 KWh (639 HP)

PORSCHE Macan Turbo Electric
100 KWh (639 HP)

ENGINE SPECS - 100 KWh (639 HP)
Total maximum power:470 kw (639 hp)
Total maximum torque:833.4 lb-ft (1130 Nm)
Fuel System:Electric
Top speed (electrical):162 mph (261 km/h)
Acceleration 0-62 Mph (0-100 kph):3.3 s
Front:Ventilated Discs
Rear:Ventilated Discs
Length:188.3 in (4783 mm)
Width:76.3 in (1938 mm)
Height:63.8 in (1621 mm)
Wheelbase:113.9 in (2893 mm)
Ground Clearance:7.2 in (183 mm)
Cargo Volume:3 cuFT (85 L)
Turning circle:39.7 ft (12.1 m)
Unladen Weight:5302 lbs (2405 kg)
Gross Weight Limit:6504 lbs (2950 kg)
Power pack:Lithium-Ion
Nominal Capacity:95 kWh
Maximum Capacity:100 kWh
Range:321.9 miles (518.0 km)
Overboost performance at Launch Control up to: 639 HP (470 KW)
Electric range in urban areas (WLTP): 670-765 Km
Charging time for alternating current (AC) with 11 kW (0 to 100%): 10 hours
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