Porsche Mecan Electric Spotted Testing
The Macan EV looks quite sporty with this design

Porsche Macan electric version spotted testing without camouflage

Porsche has recently gathered a lot of praise for its all-electric Taycan, now it’s time for the German carmaker to reveal the much anticipated Macan electric version.

Recently, a prototype of the Macan EV was spotted on test, revealing key design elements and signalling that the official reveal may not be far off. As Porsche aims to cater to both electric and combustion engine enthusiasts, the Macan EV will coexist with its traditional counterpart for a few years.

The prototype spy shots showcase the Macan EV with minimal camouflage. It boasts a unique front profile that gets split headlamp arrangement and a double-deck grille treatment. Unlike the current Macan’s clamshell hood, the EV features a conventional hood and fenders, giving it a distinct look. Additionally, the slim and angular headlamp pods, inspired by the Taycan, add a modern touch to the vehicle’s overall styling.

It has a sloping roofline and a leaner stance for improving the aerodynamics of the car for optimum driving range. The rear has a more cope-like design, finished with typical Porsche connected tail lights inspired from the 911.

While there are no images of the interior, you can expect an all-new dashboard design with some bits borrowed from its other siblings. It will be loaded with new tech and features.

It will be based on the PPE electric platform which is expected to have a maximum output of 603 HP and 1000 Nm of torque. You can expect a driving range of around 500 km on full charge.

Porsche hasn’t announced the launch date yet but we expect the Macan electric to be revealed in the next few months while deliveries are expected to commence from 2024. India launch is possible since Porsche already offers all their models as CBU imports in the country.

Side profile of the prototype in black colour
It has a more aerodynamic shape for optimum range
Porsche Mecan Electric Spotted
Steeply raked roofline at the rear gives it a coupe look
Front profile of the prototype
Looks very different from the current Macan on sale