Porsche Exclusive unveiled today another masterpiece, this time based on the Boxster S. The new vehicle comes with a Riviera Blue exterior color but is also equipped with the new SportDesign package.
In addition, the special Boxster S is equipped with a Sport chassis which lowers the height by 20 mm, rear side air intale grilles painted in black, exterior mirror lower trims painted in black, black headlight cleaning system covers, model designation on doors in black and new alloy wheels partially painted in black.
The interior package and centre console trim are offered in brushed aluminum. The Riviera Blue colour is found on the sport bucket seats, which make the vehicle look really special.
Moreover, the interior features PCM package in leather, air vent slats in leather, instrument surround in leather, rearview mirror in leather as well as a storage compartment lid with model logo. The Porsche Crest is embossed on headrests, while seat belts are offered in Silver Grey.
Open the door and you observe the personalized doorsill guards in stainless steel, illuminated. Porsche also offers aluminum footrest and pedals. Under the hood, there is a 3.4-liter engine that delivers 315 hp (232 kW) that can push the vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.0 seconds.
Porsche offers as standard a six-speed manual transmission, while the PDK is available as an option, just like the Sport Chrono Package. Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 5 is 9.0-8.2 l/100 km, while CO2 emissions are 211-190 g/km.
The new shape of the Boxster is not only more appealing but provides streamlined benefits also. Even though the engine and brakes, which are also more powerful, need an improved cooling system, the coefficient of drag is an excellent 0.30.
They were able to lessen the lift on left and right axles even more when compared with the prior model, which means even better drive stability at higher speeds. At the rear axle, the new wing and wraparound separation edge play a pivotal role in this. It produces greater downforce than the prior extending separation edge and provides less airflow resistance.
New convertible top with no a compartment lid
The new Boxster design is influenced by the interplay between the flatter windshield that is set more forward and the new, lengthier convertible top that now extends completely back to the rear wheels. Even when it is opened, the difference is undeniable: with no top compartment lid for the convertible, the vehicle looks lighter.
Porsche redesigned the new Boxster’s convertible top completely. The very lengthy, sporty, sophisticated form emphasizes a rear window that is 120 millimetres longer. The fundamental technical ideal was altered from the prior Boxster and has developed into a completely electronic convertible top. Opening or closing the top can be done through a rocker switch in the central console when running at up to 50 kmph within less than nine seconds. Here again, the Boxster's speed is unmatched.