Obviously, Porsche wants to keep things fresh with their popular crossover to maintain it as an attractive proposition to its buyers. Now, if you look closely at the pictures, there are some tweaks around the front fascia, especially around the air dams. In addition to the new slim intakes at both ends, you will also notice an extra set of slats right at the bottom, and we’re sure that the design isn’t final as the fog lamps are yet to be factored into the equation. Plus, it goes without saying that the highlight in these revisions is to get more air to cool the engine bay. Furthermore, one can easily notice the new internals for this prototype’s headlamps.
Interestingly, at the rear, Porsche has riveted a black panel over the section which houses the tail lamps and the body panel in between, to conceal the true design. This infers to the existence of some sort of significant design update, like a snazzy tail lamp extension that joins both ends together. We all know that Porsche already has this going with the Panamera and the next generation 911. Other than this, there’s hardly any information available as of now.
Considering that the Macan is an important car in Porsche’s product portfolio in terms of revenue generation, we expect the carmaker to let the refreshed Macan beat the other cars in its stable (new Cayenne and 911’s) to an earlier launch date. Stay tuned for more information in the months to come.