Our spy photographers really got through it, offering us our best look yet at the interior of the upcoming 2023 Porsche Macan EV. Previously only visible under heavy camouflage, now much more detail can be seen.
Now that the digital instrument cluster is turned on, we can see Porsche’s three-element UX. With a speedometer in the middle, as usual for the brand, and vehicle information on both sides, the setup doesn’t look like a huge departure from the existing Macan, although it won’t be exactly identical either.
While the infotainment screen remains difficult to see, a touch-sensitive panel can be seen on the lower center console. There, the air conditioning, heated seats and other controls will be easily accessible to both drivers and passengers.
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While we get a lot of informative photos of the exterior, Porsche still hides many of the SUV’s more subtle details under camouflage. However, we can see the active rear spoiler and large wheels of the model.
The lighting elements, window design and front and rear panels are still hidden by the automaker, but the Macan’s overall coupe-like silhouette cannot be hidden.
Below that, the Macan will be based on the PPE platform developed together with Audi and will give access to 800-volt technology for fast charging. While power and performance figures are yet to be released, when Audi unveiled the A6 e-tron concept, which is also based on the PPE platform, Audi said the vehicle was good for 470 hp (350 kW/476 PS) and 590 lb-ft (800 Nm) of torque. It also promised a range of 435 miles (700 km), although the specs for the Porsche could be different.
Fortunately, we don’t have to wait too long before we know for sure. Porsche is expected to unveil the Macan EV this year, and production is expected to begin before 2023.