The new Porsche Macan GTS has been announced featuring a powerful engine, performance-oriented chassis, distinctive design and enhanced equipment. The 2.9–litre V6 bi-turbo engine delivers 280 kW (380 PS) and, when combined with the revised PDK dual-clutch transmission and the optional Sport Chrono package, it can accelerate from zero to 62 mph in just 4.7 seconds, with a top speed of 162 mph.
The newest variant of the Macan wears the GTS badge, an abbreviation of ‘Gran Turismo Sport’, a name attributed specifically to models focusing on outstanding driving dynamics. The Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) damping control system has been specially tuned and the chassis has been lowered by 15 millimetres for greater cornering dynamics. The chassis can be lowered a further 10 millimetres with optional adaptive air suspension. Combined with the standard 20-inch RS Spyder Design wheels and the generously-sized cast iron brakes, the new Macan GTS impresses with the agility and responsiveness you would expect of a Porsche sports car.
The Sport Design package comes as standard on the new Macan GTS and features redesigned front and rear trim and striking side skirts which lend the car a particularly dynamic appearance. Alcantara® on the seat centre panels, the centre console armrests and door panels as well as Black brushed aluminium accents characterise the luxurious interior of the Macan GTS. Exclusive to the GTS model is a multifunction sports steering wheel with smooth leather rim and shift paddles plus sports seats with eight-way adjustment and pronounced side bolsters for stable support during dynamic cornering. The adaptive cruise control including Traffic Jam Assist, Park Assist with rear view camera and Surround View, a heated windscreen and ioniser are optionally available for increased safety and comfort.
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