Porsche Macan Spied Sporting Zero Automotive Camouflage

If you're interested in learning more about the new Porsche of your dreams, Bert Smith Porsche is your best resource. If you're interested in learning more about what the German automaker has in store for drivers in the greater St. Petersburg area down the road...we're still the ones to go to. To be more specific, our Porsche blog aims to keep you up to date on the latest, and today's post proves it.

For some time now, Porsche has had a new compact crossover in the works - a smaller version of the Porsche Cayenne, if you will. And while its development has been kept under wraps for the most part, it hasn't stopped spy photographers from trying to snap a shot or two of the new model being tested.

This has allowed us to gather up some interesting information on the Porsche Macan thus far in its development. The only problem: automotive camouflage. It's a tactic automakers use in order to disguise any vehicle they test. It works to distort the look of the exterior so that the competition doesn't steal any ideas before they make it to the market. We completely understand its use, but loathe the fact that it stops us from being able to fully appreciate what Porsche has in store in the near future.

That's why we're happy to say that the Porsche Macan has finally been spotted without any automotive camouflage. But doesn't this news leave room for other automakers to swoop in and steal the design? True to what we suspected, it does indeed look like a smaller version of the Cayenne crossover. In other words, Porsche isn't worried about other automakers stealing the core design as it's already on the market in a larger size.

If you're interested in learning more about the Porsche Macan, be sure to keep up with our blog via your RSS reader. We'll continue to keep an eye on it from until when it's available for a test drive here at 3800 34th Street North in St. Petersburg, FL.

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