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To inject more driving pleasure into the base Macan, Porsche now offers a T version that bundles the performanc­e and handling options enthusiast­s want. The 261-hp turbocharg­ed 2.0-liter four remains, but standard equipment includes 20-inch wheels with summer tires and Sport Chrono with launch control. Combine the optional air springs with the

T’s stiffer anti-roll bars and optional brake-based torque vectoring, and the Macan T acts more like a sports wagon than a compact SUV. We expect the T to start around $63,000 (as much as a base Macan with all the handling bits). —Connor Hoffman

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