The 2022 Porsche Macan GTS saves the best for last

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Kermit would be proud.

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is quickly moving towards an electric future, with of its megapopular crossover set to go on sale in 2023. As a stopgap before that happens, the brand gave the existing gas-powered Macan , and while the changes aren’t too extensive, it’s still one hell of a send-off.

There’s no more Turbo model for 2022, so the GTS takes the mantle of top-dog Macan. It uses the same twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 as before, but output is boosted to 434 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque, matching and besting by 59 hp and 22 lb.-ft. The Macan continues to use a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and all-wheel drive, and the GTS now comes standard with a lower air suspension setup and stiffer dampers.

Cosmetic changes are mostly limited to redesigned front and rear bumpers, different wheel designs, new color HTML Basic Examples and trim choices and some reshuffled options. The biggest update is on the inside, where every 2022 Macan gets a 10.9-inch touchscreen running the infotainment system that Porsche has recently started phasing out. There’s also a new center console design that ditches the previous Macan’s cluttered row of buttons for a glossy panel that features backlit touch-sensitive buttons like you’d find on the and .

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