James Riswick of Autoblog has reviewed the 2023 Porsche Macan T.
Also noticed during our trip up San Gabriel Mountain Road (and trip down … and another trip up and down again), was the rear end rotating itself through and out of corners, no doubt the result of the rear-biased all-wheel drive and Torque Vectoring Plus system. It makes the Macan feel more like it’s rear-wheel drive. Likely helping that endeavor is the 129 pounds missing from atop the front wheels compared to the V6 Macans – indeed, the Macan T’s little four-cylinder actually gives it an advantage. Theoretically. Without a back-to-back drive, it’s difficult to determine just how sharper the nose turns in or how generally more agile it feels (if it does at all), but removing that much weight has to count for something.
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