Porsche's design DNA is made up of several distinct elements: Sloping fender forms, voluptuous surfaces and a strong stance. These are intrinsic characteristics of the Ingolstadt-based sports car maker's design language, which have been applied to nearly all of the vehicles in the range bar the Cayenne SUV.
To purists, Porsche's entry into the SUV segment was an abomination, but it was also a move that brought the company out of the red and raked in a great deal of profit. Porsche is counting on the new Macan to achieve similar financial success . . .