Originally Posted by solstice
If the Macan has good throttle response at all rpms, a crisp MT and is free from typical SUV pitch and roll it's going to be pretty hard to resist given how well Porsche currently execute quality, performance and fun to drive cars. Very hard to resist indeed, until I see the final price tag after adding PDCC, PTV and sport exhaust to the Turbo that is...
I think we'll only see a manual on the base model. The S and Turbo are both getting PDK standard (would love to have it with the 6 or 7 speed). As for pdcc and ptv, add the cayenne pricing of those options to the $75k price tag. The sport exhaust should be standard on the turbo.
The macan already has ptv on the rear axle.