Porsche will soon be introducing the revised Macan, but before it can do so, it needed to complete its final testing here in South Africa.
As usual at Porsche, all new components have undergone extensive load tests over the last few months, including recently in South Africa.
Porsche says that the Macan has been significantly enhanced in terms of design, comfort, connectivity and driving dynamics.
All these new components and applications were subjected to extreme loads as part of the testing.
In South Africa, the facelifted Macan had to prove on particularly rough asphalt, dusty gravel roads and hostile mountain passages that it is ready for the upcoming market launch in China at the end of July. Coordinator Ralf Bosch and his testing crew took the camouflaged prototypes up to a height of 3,400 metres above sea level in Lesotho.
See if you can spot any familiar places in the video below: