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Mansory Porsche Macan Revealed in Full

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Following these intriguing preview photos, Mansory now releases the full pictures and details of their upgrade program for the Porsche Macan. A custom body kit, interior makeover, XXL wheels, and two engine upgrade packages are the main highlights of Mansory Porsche Macan.

Knowing Mansory’s design habits, we were expecting their take on the Macan to be ugly and vulgar. But what we are seeing here is a sporty SUV which is a bit overdone, but not so much as to ruin the car. In fact, Mansory Porsche Macan looks a lot cooler than the standard version and all the other modified Macans we’ve see so far.

The pre-preg carbon fiber body kit on this car consists of front spoiler with large air intakes, LED daytime running lights, wide front and rear wings, side skirts, rear spoiler, integrated diffuser and stainless steel pipes connected to a bespoke sports exhaust system.

There is a wide range of wheels to choose from, but Mansory recommends the new SPIDER model in size 22” with 265/35/R22 tires in front and 295/30/R22 on the rear, plus modified air suspension module good for a lowering of 40mm.

As for the interior, Mansory Porsche Macan can be specified with a newly-designed ergonomic sports steering wheel, and upholstery and trimming in any design the customer desires, using a blend of leather, Alcantara, wood, carbon, and aluminium.

In terms of performance not only has Mansory developed a power kit for the range-topping Turbo engine as per usual, they’ve also came up with a kit for the Diesel S version. The diesel Macan is boosted to 300 hp and 700 Nm of torque; and the Turbo to 464 hp and 650 Nm of torque.

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