Watch the 2020 Porsche Macan perform high-altitude testing in Africa

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The

Porsche Macan

has been a huge success. Since it went on sale in 2014,

Porsche

has sold more than 350,000 worldwide. While it’s still a strong competitor, especially in terms of driving dynamics, it’s about the right time for the performance

crossover

to get a mid-cycle refresh. This week, Porsche released photos and video of the updated

Macan

performing high-altitude testing in South Africa.

The video and photos give us our best look yet. It’s not a complete overhaul, but the front fascia does draw some influence from the new

2019 Porsche Cayenne

. The taillights are hidden beneath some camouflage, so those might get an update, too. Beyond that, it looks like the same Macan that’s been on sale for a while. While we don’t have any photos of the interior, expect the digital instrument cluster and buttonless center stack to carry over from the

Cayenne

and

Panamera

.

As far as performance, expect updated powertrains and a retuned suspension. It won’t be a complete overhaul, but the Macan should be faster and more capable than ever. We might even see a

plug-in hybrid

powertrain like the one in the

Cayenne e-Hybrid

. Look for a full reveal sometime later this year.

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