The Porsche Macan Turbo is now available with a new Performance Package that ramps its power output up by 40bhp, to a total of 434bhp.
The car’s twin-turbocharged 3.6-litre V6 engine has also gained 37lb ft of torque, bringing its total to 443lb ft and enabling the hot SUV to sprint from 0-62mph in 4.4sec.
The Macan Turbo's performance has also been made more accessible thanks to a wider peak torque window – the headline figure arrives at 1500rpm and remains until 4500rpm – while top speed has grown from 165mph to 169mph.
Along with the added potency, Performance Package-equipped Macan Turbos also gain a new sports exhaust system and a 15mm lower ride, due to bespoke chassis settings for the car’s Active Suspension Management (PASM) system.
Buyers wanting more adjustability can choose the option of air suspension with a self-levelling function and height adjustment. This setup lowers the Turbo by 10mm.
The car’s front disc brakes have been increased in size by 30mm to a diameter of 390mm, and six-piston calipers are finished in red to signify the additional stopping power.
For the most focused chassis and drivetrain setup, Porsche’s Sport Chrono Package is offered, too. In Sport Plus mode, gear change times from the car’s seven-speed PDK gearbox are minimised and the car’s torque window maximised.
Additionally, opting for the Turbo Exterior Package adds dynamic LED headlights, extra black trim and 21in 911 Turbo-design alloys finished with gloss blacks spokes.
Inside, buyers who choose the Turbo Interior Package get black leather and Alcantara seats and carbonfibre trim.
On sale now, the Macan Turbo Performance Package is priced from £68,073; £5533 more than a regular Turbo. First deliveries will arrive with customers near the end of 2016.