Interior of the new Porsche Macan EV revealed

The new Porsche Macan continues its road tests and has been spotted in Germany.

The Porsche Macan is currently the brand’s most successful model, and the new generation of this compact SUV is in the final stages of development.

In addition, the new generation Macan will be fully electric, i.e. it will not have the option of a petrol or diesel variant, a risky bet by the brand, but thanks to the acceptance of the Porsche Taycan, it seems a decision that makes a lot of sense.

Even so, the new Porsche Macan EV will not reach the market until 2024, so the information we have about the new vehicle still comes in dribs and drabs from the brand.

But today we can say that we have learned more about the interior of the new Porsche Macan EV, and that is that a user has shared a photo of a unit in tests in Germany through Instagram, where you can see the vehicle with the door open.

In addition, Carscoops has also provided some images of the interior of the Porsche Macan EV, which reveals a few surprises.

According to both photos, the interior reminds us (in terms of screens) of the Porsche Taycan, where a digital screen replaces the traditional instrument cluster and another screen is placed in the central part of the dashboard, as well as a third one in the central part.

But most surprising is a small screen that can be seen right on the steering column, behind the steering wheel, which could give basic information to the driver and could be a new feature implemented by Porsche for its future cars. There is also the possibility that they could be sensors that detect driver activity.

porsche macan ev foto interior

The little information that is known about the new Porsche Macan EV 2024, apart from its delay, is that it will initially have a 100 kWh battery capacity, which indicates that its range should exceed 500 kilometres and it will also have two electric motors capable of generating 603 hp of power.

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