Porsche Macan Ursa by Topcar Gets Unique Black and Red Look

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Porsche's baby SUV might have a few niggling flaws, but it's hard to say no to the segment's dynamic benchmark car, especially when it looks like the Macan Ursa, a custom project made by the guys at Topcar.
We've seen their work on a couple of occasions in the past and today we've had the pleasure of checking out the very first Macan Ursa kit delivered in Spain. It's matte black with red stripes and looks a bit like the combination between an action figure and a land shark.

Experience tells us that all things colored red and black are very dangerous. These include Michael Jordan's shoes, the redhead that stole our hearts and those little frogs that secrete poison if you're foolish enough to touch them.

Resisting the urge to touch this Macan is going to be very hard. It's all kinds of special, thanks to a complex array of carbon fiber body bits that include front grilles, spoiler, side skirts, door handles, rear spoiler, tailgate, and diffuser. The bespoke treatment would not be complete without a set of custom 22-inch wheels from ADV.1, shod in Michelin extra-sticky rubber.

Spain is coincidentally the place where Porsche organized a media event for the launch of the Macan. Around 40 SUVs were brought together in what was one of the biggest such events organized by the Stuttgart people. The sun shines there for most of the year, which is just as well considering the owner of the customized Macan will want lots of light to show off his machine.

In going from fresh to flash, Topcar's Ursa kit and the new wheels add at least €25,000 to the base price of the car. This baby SUV needs the respect of a royal prince!
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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