Baby brother to the hefty Cayenne, the Porsche Macan can be considered part SUV, part sportscar, part crossover. A 400 bhp flat 6 offers brisk performance, with 0-60mph taking well under 5 seconds, topping out at a more than fast enough 165mph. While you won't be getting 911 levels of handling, the Macan does a decent job of providing a sporty driving experience, putting it's PASM adaptive suspension and 7-speed PDK transmission to good use. Interior kit and trim are high quality and offer many levels of customisation, but many of the options should really be included as standard fit on this flagship model.
Prices for the Turbo start at a reasonable £64k (used values are currently at a £10k premium), but can quickly get out of hand with some expensive options. The Macan offers much of the practicality of an SUV/Hatchback, while being compact enough to offer a sporty driving experience. Also looks quite good too!