Spy photographers have caught the facelifted Porsche Macan testing again, and, big surprise, it looks pretty much the same.
The last time it was caught on camera was in February, and not too much has changed since. There is still a bit of camouflage on the headlights, suggesting an update to the units. There’s also some camouflage on the front bumper and we see a large lip spoiler on the front bumper. In the back, the tail lights are still plenty covered, but expect to see a similar LED stripe across the rear like what’s found on the new Panamera. If you look closely at the spy photos, the camouflage runs across the center of the trunk, which means Porsche is trying to hide something in between the main tail light housings.
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The facelifted Porsche Macan will tide the popular model over until the next-generation model arrives in a few years. Look for minor updates to the powertrain as well as the interior to keep it competitive in the growing segment.
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