Porsche Exclusive Presents Its Take On The Macan Turbo

The most powerful version of the Macan is getting its own Porsche Exclusive version, bringing more personalization options and, er, exclusivity.

The new Porsche Macan Turbo Exclusive Performance Edition (talk about a long name…) will be available in selected countries with the twin turbo 3.6-liter V6 engine making 440hp.

Porsche Exclusive touches can be found inside and out, including the company’s famous ‘color to sample’ paint finishes which are of course optional, like the gorgeous Voodoo Blue example pictured here.

A set of 21-inch 911 Turbo Design alloys with their lateral spokes finished in gloss black along with LED headlights and tinted rear lights are part of the standard Macan Turbo package, with the Exclusive Edition adding details on the front spoiler, rear apron and side blades painted in Carmine Red.

The interior features a black-red theme, with standard specification including black leather interior with Alcantara and Garnet Red detailing, including the exclusive red bolsters for the front seats. Other Garnet Red details include the contrasting stitching, the embroidered “turbo” lettering on the headrests, the seat belts, the bezel of the Sport Chrono stopwatch and the vehicle key wallet.

The twin turbo 3.6-liter V6 comes from the Macan Turbo with the Performance package producing 440hp, 40hp more over the standard Macan Turbo. Peak torque is 442lb-ft (600Nm) and is available from 1,500 to 4,500rpm. 0-62mph takes 4.4 seconds while top speed is 169mph (272km/h).

The new Porsche Macan Turbo Exclusive Performance Edition will have a limited availability and can be ordered now, priced from £86,267 in the UK. First deliveries will begin in January 2018, with owners to get an invitation for a bespoke driving experience at the Porsche Experience Center in Silverstone.


  • cooper

    Why did Porsche reincarnate the back end of an AMC Pacer.

  • Joff

    Nice Blue

  • William

    Definitely not Voodoo Blue. More like Riviera or Mexico.


  • Paul D

    Why did Porsche reincarnate the back end of an AMC Pacer.

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