Porsche presents new equipment packages for the Boxster and Cayman

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

Porsche revealed today four new equipment packages for the Boxster and Cayman in order to extend the individualization for its mid-engine sports car. The Comfort and Infotainment packages include a series of very popular optional extra such and simplifies the configuration of the vehicle.

The Comfort package includes climate control, bi-xenon headlights including dynamic cornering lights, cruise control, automatically dipping interior and exterior mirrors, rain sensor, and - in combination with leather seats - embossed Porsche crest on the headrests.

The Infotainment package includes includes the Porsche Communication Management (PCM) inclusive of navigation module, universal audio interface for connecting MP3 players and iPods , and the Sound Package Plus.

Besides these two, we also have two design packages which include: 19-inch wheels with black lacquered rim-star that can be ordered exclusively for all other Boxster and Cayman models only in the context of the new equipment packages; blackened tailpipes; black exterior and interior elements such as mirrors, the side air intakes, the panel-trim element and the model sign.

The Design Sport package includes the addition of the Aerokit to the Cayman and Cayman S while the Boxster and Boxster S receive the Sport design package.

The "Comfort" package is priced at Boxster / S 2606.10 Euros in Cayman / S 2,380 Euros, for the "Infotainment" package is due upon the two model lines 3141.60 Euros.

The "Design" package is priced at 3831.80 Euros for the Boxster (Boxster S 2558.50 euro) and 3558.10 Euros for the Cayman (Cayman S 2296.70 Euros).

The "Design Sport" package costs 6747.30 Euros for the Boxster (Boxster S 5474 Euros) and 6473.60 Euros for the Cayman (Cayman S 5212.20 Euros).

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