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No. 1
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Win a Porsche Macan GTS

OR TAKE £57,000 CASH
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Porsche hit the jackpot when they released the Cayenne in 2002, bringing huge profits and enabling more development of their GT program and saving the company to many people. So it makes sense that they capitalise on the growing SUV market and released a smaller version – the Macan.

Well, now the Macan has had its second major facelift and sees in 2021 with a slightly revised nose, a tweaked new look for the rear end and plenty of design and tech revisions to the interior bringing this small SUV up to date. This Macan GTS model uses Porsche's new 2.9-litre turbocharged V6 petrol engine, which in this latest facelift effectively replaces the Turbo with 434bhp and 550Nm of torque, with performance to match – 0-62mph takes 4.5 seconds, and it'll top out at almost 170mph.

The turbo V6 engined GTS has a throaty growl that you don't get with the 4cyl version, and the extra power will certainly be noticed. The fact that it's a GTS means that you also get a load of different tech and chassis kit for a lot less than it would cost to add them to an S model, with Porsche's Active Suspension system, new wheels, Sport Design body kit and plenty more.

The GTS is fast becoming the pick of each Porsche range, so we'd peg this Macan GTS as the one to have.

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Spec

Retail Price £71,700
Cash Alternative £57,000
0-62mph 4.5secs
Top Speed 169mph
Power 434bhp
Displacement 2.9ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain AWD
MPG 24.1
CO2 254
Engine / Cyls V6 Twin-Turbo
Torque 550

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Retail Price £71,700
Cash Alternative £57,000
0-62mph 4.5secs
Top Speed 169mph
Power 434bhp
Displacement 2.9ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain AWD
MPG 24.1
CO2 254
Engine / Cyls V6 Twin-Turbo
Torque 550

Porsche hit the jackpot when they released the Cayenne in 2002, bringing huge profits and enabling more development of their GT program and saving the company to many people. So it makes sense that they capitalise on the growing SUV market and released a smaller version – the Macan.

Well, now the Macan has had its second major facelift and sees in 2021 with a slightly revised nose, a tweaked new look for the rear end and plenty of design and tech revisions to the interior bringing this small SUV up to date. This Macan GTS model uses Porsche's new 2.9-litre turbocharged V6 petrol engine, which in this latest facelift effectively replaces the Turbo with 434bhp and 550Nm of torque, with performance to match – 0-62mph takes 4.5 seconds, and it'll top out at almost 170mph.

The turbo V6 engined GTS has a throaty growl that you don't get with the 4cyl version, and the extra power will certainly be noticed. The fact that it's a GTS means that you also get a load of different tech and chassis kit for a lot less than it would cost to add them to an S model, with Porsche's Active Suspension system, new wheels, Sport Design body kit and plenty more.

The GTS is fast becoming the pick of each Porsche range, so we'd peg this Macan GTS as the one to have.

Win a Porsche Macan GTS in the BOTB Dream Car competition - get your tickets here.