Porsche has unveiled the Macan all-electric midsize SUV, the brand's second battery-electric model after the Taycan car.
The electric Macan increases power, space and overall price compared to the combustion-engine version.
The SUV uses a 100-kilowatt hour battery for a maximum quoted range of 613 km (380 miles), putting it in direct competition with the BMW iX all-electric SUV, which has a maximum range of 382 miles. The Macan will also compete against the Mercedes EQE SUV and the upcoming Audi Q6, which uses the same Volkswagen Group PPE (Premium Platform Electric) platform as the Macan.
Active aerodynamics such as an adaptive rear spoiler reduce the Macan's drag coefficient of 0.25, making it one of the most streamlined SUVs on the market, Porsche said.