2024 Porsche Macan EV

The new Porsche Macan Electric will be presented in just under a year. The German sports firm plans to start the delivery of units of the new electric SUV before the end of 2022, which we have again seen camouflaged while it remained connected to a fast charging point somewhere in Germany.


At the opposite extreme, the new Porsche model features a trimmed front hood, with the headlamps in a more upright position taking advantage of the muscular front wings for support. A verticality that is also repeated in the position of the windshield. The new Porsche electric will offer a very sporty design, trying to ensure that aerodynamics contribute to offering very low values ​​that do not cloud the impressive performance it will offer.

One of the great secrets surrounding the development of this model. Sources of the brand have already dropped the possibility of a new commercial and specific name for a model that, despite being considered the natural replacement of the Macan, is also attributed a completely new and different role. Thus, to this day we know that options are being considered but that the final one will not be communicated until the presentation , keeping the secret even in the official advances that are expected.

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Prototypes for Porsche’s electric Macan have been spotted again, revealing a number of new design elements bound for the production model.

Possible clay model for electric Porsche Macan

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Porsche Macan EV spied near Weissach!

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Porsche has released preliminary technical specifications for the electric Macan that won’t go on sale until 2024. The most potent version will have as much as 603 horsepower and more than 738 pound-feet (1,000 Newton-meters) of torque from a dual-motor configuration with all-wheel drive. PPE is also being engineered for a rear-wheel-drive specification with a single electric motor mounted at the back. Range remains a secret, but owners will be able to replenish the battery from 5 to 80 percent in 25 minutes.

Porsche Macan EV Spy Photos Glimpse Digital Interior

A new batch of spy photos offer a glimpse inside the Porsche Macan EV. More telling photos appear to be those taken from afar. Interior is largely unchanged from the current combustion-powered Macan. Digital panels in the center console are an ode to the electric SUV’s electric nature.

The top of the dash shows a clock, rounded cut-out for the driver display and rounded section for the climate control system.

The Porsche Macan EV will offer up to 603 horsepower and over 738 pound-feet of torque. A 100-kWh battery pack will provide juice for all four wheels. Production is scheduled for 2024, so expect a reveal in early 2023.

Porsche fine-tunes E-Performance for future series models

Porsche is picking up speed on electromobility. Thanks to a clearly defined roadmap, by 2025 more than half of all new Porsche cars sold are expected to be electrified – either fully or as plug-in hybrids. By 2030, the Stuttgart sports car manufacturer’s target is for more than 80 per cent of its new car deliveries to be fully electric models. Premium Platform Electric (PPE) is just one of the tools the company is deploying to fulfil this ambition.

This platform will give Porsche the opportunity to profitably market high-volume models to high technical standards and thereby electrify a further important part of the portfolio.

Developed together by Porsche and Audi

With PPE, Porsche and Audi have together developed an architecture for all-electric cars with which the benefits of a purely electric platform can be enjoyed in many ways – in terms of package and spaciousness, for example. At the same time, the architecture offers so much room for manoeuvre in the wheelbase, track width and ground clearance that it can be used to realise a variety of models – including in different segments. which simultaneously allows the flexibility for Porsche models to retain their strong, independent character.

The first Porsche based on the PPE will be the all-electric Macan. With its 800-volt architecture, the powerful electric motor of the latest generation, and state-of-the-art battery and charge management, this model offers the E-Performance that is characteristic of Porsche. The successor to the successful compact SUV will be the sportiest model in its segment. Along with reproducible best-in-class performance values, the development targets include long-range capability and high-performance fast charging.

Prototypes of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG

For the top variants, the engineers are creating a dynamic, sporty driving experience with fully variable electronically controlled rear differential and a so-called ‘Performance rear axle’. Added to this is a powerful electric motor positioned behind the rear axle. This enables a rear-dominant all-wheel application across a wide spectrum. In combination with the dynamic torque distribution in the all-wheel drive, it also supports high agility when accelerating out of corners.

Powertrain: system output up to around 450 kW and torque of over 1,000 Nm

The PPE enables a wide range of models with rear- and all-wheel drive and various performance levels. The system output will initially go up to around 450 kW, with a maximum torque of more than 1,000 Nm.

As with the Taycan, Porsche is deploying the 800-volt technology for the next Macan generation. This ensures consistent high performance, significantly reduces the charging time, and lowers the weight of the high-voltage cables and the space required for them. A further common feature are the permanently excited synchronous electric motors (PSM) with hairpin winding used by Porsche. In this design, the rotor of the AC motor is fitted with permanent magnets that generate a permanent magnetic field in the motor. In comparison to asynchronous motors (ASM), PSMs offer higher power and torque densities, greater efficiency and better reproducibility of the power output.

Prototypes of the all-electric Macan: both digital and real

The all-electric Macan is ready for the road: after initial testing on the proving grounds of the Porsche Development Centre in Weissach the prototypes are heading outside Porsche premises for the first time.


In the all-electric Macan only the latest-generation PSM is to be used. To maximise the power density, the water jacket cooling was optimised in comparison to the Taycan. An example of the further comprehensive optimisations in the PSMs is what is known as the double V lamination – the arrangement of the magnets within the rotors.

The development of the power electronics has also taken a big step forward: to optimise the effectiveness, silicon carbide (SiC) is used instead of silicon as the semiconductor material in the pulse inverter (PWR) on the rear axle. This significantly reduces switching losses in the PWR and enables higher switching frequencies.

Battery: From five to 80 percent charged in less than 25 minutes

All electric Macan models have a lithium-ion battery in the underbody with a total capacity of around 100 kWh. This sizing is based on the Porsche philosophy. When looking at how to balance range, performance and sustainability, the company focuses on travel time. High-performance battery and charging technology is key here.

Prototype of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG

Prototype of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG

Prototype of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG

Prototype of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG


The battery in the future all-electric compact SUV from Porsche consists of twelve modules with prismatic cells. The mixing ratio of nickel, cobalt and manganese is 8:1:1, and the battery achieves a higher energy density. Thanks to 800-volt technology, the first PPE model series from Porsche it to be charged with an even higher charging capacity than the 270 kW of the Taycan. At a suitably powerful fast-charging station the battery charge level can be increased from five to 80 percent in less than 25 minutes.

If the station is using 400-volt technology, the all-electric Macan uses ‘bank charging’ for the first time, whereby corresponding high-voltage switches (gates) are automatically switched in the battery before the actual charging process begins. This effectively splits the 800-volt battery into two batteries with a nominal voltage of 400 volts each that can be charged in parallel on one 400-volt charging station without an additional HV booster. If necessary, the states of charge of the two battery halves are first aligned before they are charged together. The way the electronic components are packaged is also innovative: Porsche has applied for a patent for its Integrated Power Box which, in addition to the cables required and the weight, has also reduced the costs. The box saves space by combining three components – the on-board AC charger, the high-voltage heater and the DC/DC converter.

Prototype of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG

Even before the first Macan prototypes were built, the entire electric drive system, including the actual battery, was comprehensively tested on the high-voltage system test bench. This test bench is located in the drive test building in the Weissach Development System, opened in summer 2019, in which charging strategies and technology can be tested for different markets.

Chassis: quintessential brand driving dynamics and characteristic steering

Porsche will always be Porsche. This goes for the performance of the future PPE models and their expected driving dynamics. In the future compact SUV, depending on the model Porsche will be deploying a ‘Performance rear axle’. Here the electric motor is positioned particularly far back, resulting in a slightly rear-focused weight balance with the ratio of 48 to 52 per cent. In combination with the dynamic torque distribution of the all-wheel drive and the rear-axle steering, the powerful electric motors on the rear axle ensure agility when accelerating out of a bend.

Prototype of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG

The all-electric Macan will have a completely revised double wishbone axle with detached strut level at the front. Its kinematics and elastokinematics enable improved responsiveness, steering precision and straight-line driving. The multi-link axle at the rear is connected to the body via an elastically mounted sub-frame, while the rear electric drive unit is fastened directly to the structure at four points – a special feature of the Performance styling at the rear. This has a positive effect on the driving dynamics with precise wheel guidance and high transverse rigidity, and on the NVH behaviour (NVH = Noise, Vibration, Harshness).

The top versions will have Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus as standard: an electronically controlled differential lock on the rear axle. This control strategy is independent of the respective driving situation and ensures greater traction, driving stability and transverse dynamics. The steering behaviour and precision are supported by targeted dynamic braking interventions on the rear axle.

Porsche Traction Management (PTM) uses the advantages of the all-electric powertrain

Porsche Traction Management (PTM) makes use of the conceptual advantages of the all-electric powertrain. Like the Taycan, the all-electric Macan will have an all-wheel concept with one electric motor per axle. The two electric motors enable fast, precise all-wheel control and a fully variable and – depending on the driving programme selected and the respective driving situation – demand-based torque distribution between the front and rear axles. This is beneficial to the steerability and the directional control of the front axle on the one hand, and on the other to the traction as the basis for the characteristic Porsche handling with high agility. Even away from paved roads, the Macan benefits from the optimised all-wheel distribution of the electronically controlled all-wheel drive.

PPE - Premium Platform Electric, rear view, 2022, Porsche AG

PPE - Premium Platform Electric, front view, 2022, Porsche AG

PPE - Premium Platform Electric, Chassis, 2022, Porsche AG

PPE - Premium Platform Electric, electric drive, 2022, Porsche AG

PPE - Premium Platform Electric, rear view, 2022, Porsche AG

PPE - Premium Platform Electric, front view, 2022, Porsche AG


This is beneficial to the steerability and the directional control of the front axle on the one hand, and on the other to the traction as the basis for the characteristic Porsche handling with high agility. Even away from paved roads, the Macan benefits from the optimised all-wheel distribution of the electronically controlled all-wheel drive.

At the same time, this packaging also enables the first rear-axle steering in a Macan. It resolves an old conflict of objectives and combines agility in urban traffic with stability and driving precision on the motorway.

At speeds of up to around 80 km/h, the rear wheels steer in the opposite direction to the front wheels, with a steering angle at the rear axle of up to five degrees. This virtual shortening of the wheelbase results in a more dynamic steering response when cornering. At the same time, manoeuvring is easier as the turning circle is reduced by around one metre. At speeds above approximately 80 km/h, the rear wheels steer in the same direction as the front axle. As a result, the wheelbase is virtually lengthened, further increasing the driving stability, for example when changing lanes on the motorway.

Prototypes of the full electric Macan, 2022, Porsche AG

With rear-axle steering comes a 15 per cent more direct steering ratio to the front axle. Even in the basic version the front-axle steering already adheres to the uncompromising Porsche design, offering the highest precision for all steering manoeuvres. Combined with high actuator dynamics this results in optimum modulation. The power steering support developed in-house identifies and amplifies important steering information for the driver, such as the surface characteristics of the road and the grip capability of the tyres. Disruptive vibrations and bumps, on the other hand, are eliminated and not transferred to the steering wheel. The driver thus enjoys the clear, completely transparent steering experience characteristic of Porsche.

The electronic Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) is combined with the air suspension in the all-electric Macan, but may also be combined with the steel suspension. The system reacts to the condition of the road but also to the speed, longitudinal and lateral acceleration, accelerator pedal modulation, steering behaviour, and the position level of the car.

The electronic Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) offers improved performance

The two-valve shock absorbers will be a new feature in the PASM of the future Macan. On the one hand, they offer improved performance due to a significantly greater damper characteristic spread. On the other, two-valve shock absorbers can be adjusted independently of each other, providing an appreciable increase in comfort. This versatility makes the differences between the driving programmes even more tangible, putting each individual driving programme in the future Macan on its own distinct level. Additionally, depending on the speed, the body can be lowered in combination with the air suspension, and this improves the aerodynamics for increased range.

The wheel and tyre scenario in the future all-electric Macan is also typical of Porsche, especially when it comes to the mixed tyres, which will be even more pronounced than in the current model. The wheel widths on the front and rear axles will differ even more significantly in order to accommodate the rear-focused weight distribution – for more grip and driving dynamics. The wheel sizes of up to 22 inches will provide further performance potential.

The new 2024 Porsche Macan EV (rendering by Avarvarii)

Next-gen Porsche Macan goes electric
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The Macan EV dashboard compared to the gas model currently for sale was visible when car photographers peered inside a prototype’s largely open cabin. By using a similar dual-screen system for the driver’s display and infotainment, it appears the zero-emission crossover will borrow a page from the Taycan’s book.

The Macan EV does not have a second touchscreen located lower on the center console, unlike the electric sports sedan. To access the temperature control settings, Porsche is replacing the standard toggle controls with a touch-sensitive display. The cabin of the electric successor is less crowded due to the absence of soft keys compared to the gasoline-powered crossover already on the market. It’s good to see there are still various tabs on the dashboard despite its simplification.

The Macan EV prototype may have also had an optional third screen based on the glossy black panel on the dashboard’s passenger side. The gear selector is located between the driver’s display and the touchscreen, while the steering wheel (with the driving mode selector) appears to have been carried over from the Taycan. The internal door panel, which features plenty of buttons and attractive stitching as well as metallic and silver embellishments, is also visible.

If you look closely, the instrument cluster indicates an 82 percent state of charge and only 145 miles (234 kilometers) of remaining range, which doesn’t sound very encouraging. But since we’re dealing with a prototype, that isn’t really important.

2024 Porsche Macan EV interior spy photos

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The new Porsche Macan Electric copies the design of the Cayenne Coupe

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We are only not allowed to show pictures yet. Everything in the interior is very Cayenne-like, or rather a mixture of it and the latest Cayenne facelift. The instruments are digital and don’t need a superstructure, and the gear selector is hidden on the right behind the steering wheel’s three o’clock spoke.

The front passenger looks at his or her own display, and everything below the large center screen is also designed with sensor surfaces. Space in the rear? Two normal-sized adults can sit very comfortably. Trunk space? With the trunk and frunk combined, even a bit more than the predecessor (which had 488 liters).

The battery pack in all models has a capacity of 100 kWh, which means that even the most powerful Macan should have a range of over 500 kilometers - and the basic version even has a much longer range.

On the charging side, a high-voltage system with 800-volt technology is installed that can charge at up to 270 kW. If there is a power shortage, a range of 100 kilometers can be recharged in just four minutes. In most cases, that should be enough for the rest of the way home.

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