The team around the tuner Hamann Motorsport has just published a new project. A Porsche Macan with a 3.0 liter six-cylinder diesel was considered as the basis. After the tuning cure the optically on the one presented in March Hamann Porsche Macan Body kit based, the car is now much more exciting and individual than the production version and also makes 52PS and 100NM more torque thanks to Hamann chip tuning. If you are also the proud owner of a Porsche Macan, Hamann Motorsport should be an interesting starting point when it comes to making the car stand out from the crowd. As for the changes made to the Porsche Macan Diesel, we have already learned the first details. As always, we have listed what we know below for you in a summary. But if you discover any other changes that we haven't listed, just use the comment box and let us know!
(Photos: Hamann Motorsport)
These are the details of the vehicle:
- Porsche Macan widebody kit (2-part front apron, 6-part front fender flares, side skirts, rear fender flares,
Carbon rear spoiler, rear apron end)
- new alloy wheels from 21 to 22 inches (in different colors)
- unknown lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension, - Info is pending)
- darkened windows all around
- Sports exhaust system
- modified suspension
- various engine tuning levels (for the 3 liter diesel to 228 kW / 310 PS and 680 Nm)
- 0-100 km / h in 5,7 seconds
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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