Porsche celebrated its racing heritage with special liveries for Macans. With Singapore as a backdrop, these special Macans showcased Porsche’s racing heritage.
Five Porsche Macans received specialized paintjobs that paid homage to some of the successful Porsches in racing history. The first represented Martini Racing, with their iconic blue, red, and silver. Fittingly, the Macan was shot in Holland Village, a reference to the debut of the color scheme on the Hockenheim circuit in Germany.
Porsche has had great success in the Le Mans races, most notably the 1982 Le Mans, where the cars won a triple victory and even finished in their numerical order. The second Macan, shot on Armenian Street, invoked those Porsche 956s with its paint job.
The third Macan celebrated the infamous “Pink Pig.” Raced in the 1971 Le Mans, the Pink Pig stole the show not only because of its speed, but also it’s color—Pink. This car’s photo was set in Chinatown.
Porsche’s first Le Mans victory set off an impressive dynasty that has claimed 19 victories. That first car was red, and is represented by the fourth Macan, which was shot on Ann Siang Hill.
The fifth and final Macan was painted a light blue and orange. The color scheme references John Wyer, who was sponsored by Gulf Oil before he came to Porsche. The car’s photo was taken on Haji Lane.
Porsche and racing fans will appreciate the iconic imagery of these beautiful cars.