Obviously you get the Sport Chrono with the Sport Chrono package. This is what it looks like.
Everything feels decidedly Porsche, which is to say that everything feels tight. The steering, tight. The engine response, tight. The Burmester™ High-End surround sound, tight. The hyper adjustable bucket seats, tight. The air conditioner for my butt, tight.
The magic of it isn't just that the whole thing feels well crafted and considered; the magic is that it does so in the nuanced, understated, confident way that Porsche has become known for. You're not turning heads, you're getting knowing nods from passersby. I've never felt that from other compact SUVs in the segment. People can tell that the Macan S is, in some way, a larger statement about who you are, and who you are isn't just another guy in a boilerplate compact SUV.