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With over 350,000 deliveries of the Macan since it's launch 2014, it's safe to say Porsche definitely has a hit on its hands. Today, the company introduces a new refresh with updated design elements like a tail light strip and LED headlights that now come standard. The front end also sees some work to give it a wider appearance and the rear's tail light strip takes on the four-point design that has become a Porsche signature. 

The interior of the car gets a number of updates including an optional GT sports steering wheel, Traffic Jam Assist with adaptive cruise control, a larger 11-inch touchscreen display, a new Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system, and a Connect Plus module that enables functions such as intelligent voice control and real-time traffic information with swarm-based traffic data.

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