2015 Porsche Macan Teased… Again

Luke Vandezande
by Luke Vandezande

Porsche released photos of its upcoming Macan crossover today showing almost all of the vehicle uncovered.

Like a scantly clad supermodel, most of the body showing with only a few bits hidden from view. Specifically, the car’s head and tail lights are still concealed with printed stickers. Teaser images released last week tipped the reason behind Porsche’s choice to use the automotive equivalent to pasties; it will debut with new headlights first seen on the Sport Turismo concept car in Paris.

SEE ALSO: Porsche Macan Gets Sport Turismo Headlights

Official details about the Macan are still a secret, but it is expected to be offered with both a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and 3.0-liter supercharged V6. Architecture is held in common with the Audi Q5, although revisions to the chassis will help place the Macan above its Audi cousin.

The official debut will happen during this year’s L.A. Auto Show in late November. Today’s photos show the car undergoing final testing in the U.S. and while it’s difficult to distill new information from the pictures, there are two distinctly different sets of exhaust pipes visible.

GALLERY: 2015 Porsche Macan testing in U.S.

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Luke Vandezande
Luke Vandezande

Luke is an energetic automotive journalist who spends his time covering industry news and crawling the internet for the latest breaking story. When he isn't in the office, Luke can be found obsessively browsing used car listings, drinking scotch at his favorite bar and dreaming of what to drive next, though the list grows a lot faster than his bank account. He's always on <A title="@lukevandezande on Twitter" href="http://twitter.com/lukevandezande">Twitter</A> looking for a good car conversation. Find Luke on <A title="@lukevandezande on Twitter" href="http://twitter.com/lukevandezande">Twitter</A> and <A title="Luke on Google+" href="http://plus.google.com/112531385961538774338?rel=author">Google+</A>.

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