The first renderings with the three-door version of the Porsche Macan have made their way onto the web, revealing a rather good-looking version of the small SUV.
Porsche has already unveiled the Macan, in late 2013, following dozens of spy photos which were revealing the model completely naked, but it seems that the German based automaker will not stop here with the development of its “baby Cayenne”. In fact, the car company is planning to introduce a three-door version of the model, which will become a direct rival for the 3-door Range Rover Evoque. The images posted below are renderings which have been provided by Theophilus Chin.
The Porsche Macan, in its regular five-door body style, stands at 4,699 mm in length, 1,923 mm in width and 1,624 mm in height. The model is offered in three versions, with the cheapest one being the Macan S, with its 3.0L twin turbo petrol burner, producing 340 HP (250 kW). This is being followed by the Macan S Diesel, with a 3.0L twin turbo V6, generating 258 HP (190 kW). The top of the line variant has a 400 HP (294 kW) 3.6 liter twin turbo V6 under its hood.