It's lighter and it's the most powerful Boxster ever made, claims the Porsche company. Since it's launch in 1996, the all new Boxster gets revised. The previous models were very much adored too, a roadster completely focusing on driver enjoyment and simplistic perfection. The new model has looks that has similarities to the Porsche Boxster Spyder, which launched in 2011. That includes a weight reduction, a stripped out interior, aero-optimizing body add-on, unique fascias, a returned suspension and a minimalistic fabric roof. It's a Boxster that is made nearly as hardcore as possible, the fat trimmed and the driving experience fully optimized. The new Boxster Spyder is a radical return to the origins of the Roadster, two seats, high performance, no room for any distractions unless you spot something extremely beautiful than the car, which is highly doubted. A new set of clothes means the newest Boxster looks as good as it drives.
That every detail of the exterior brings you closer to the true driving experience, with no unnecessary ballast. A design that's focused on the countless challenges of the past and the tireless innovative engineers at the Porsche who work hard to make it a well appreciated car in the market. The front part of the Boxster clearly portrays an image of a competitive athlete, the large air intakes projects the seriousness that it means. The center air intake, also directs the air upwards through the vent in front of the luggage compartment lid to reduce aerodynamic lift on the front axle. Other striking features are the black Bi-Xenon headlights and the sport design exterior mirrors. The 20inch wheels designed specially for the new Boxster Spyder combine lightweight with a unique design. It also has a projection of it's muscles at the rear. The streamlines, two powerful bulges on the rear. The distinctive rear spoiler underlines the performance driven design and it's line flow seamlessly in to the smoked taillights. It deploys automatically when the speed reaches 120Km, to reduce lift and increase stability.
It's six-cylinder boxer engine, with a 3.8 litre displacement, VarioCam plus and integrated dry-sump lubrication, produces 375hp. It sprints from 0-100Km in just 4.3 seconds, with a top track speed of 290Km. The center of gravity in the middle of the car, a typical mid-engined vehicle which provides great cornering performance. Power is transmitted to the wheels by the precise six-speed manual transmission, which has been optimally designed for the high power.
Shift throws are short and snappy, the ratios tuned for dynamic performance. The drive is especially active, intensive and pure. When you press the Sport Plus button, rev matching downshifts makes the changing of gear perfect. The sound of the new Boxster is particularly rich, thanks to the switchable sports exhaust system with the specially designed twin branch sport tailpipe. For an even more intense sports-car sound at the push of a button.
Three tastes are available, the 265hp 2.7 litre, the S with a 315hp 3.4 litre and the new 330hp GTS. The vehicle has been improved much and real hard work is evident, at first glance of the car and if lucky enough a first drive. People who have driven the previous models of the Boxster, could easily spot the differences with the old and the new. The top variant costs £60,459. This vehicle would be worth a drive and a pricey acquisition.
One of the most performance rated cars, has a yet another new version to hit the automotive market soon.
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