Showing posts in the category of Porsche Boxster

VW Group Announces 50 New or Refreshed Models for 2015, Including Porsche Boxster Spyder


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Being the gigantic corporation that it is with its twelve brands that build everything from motorcycles to trucks, it’s not surprising that VW Group announced it will launch 50 new or refreshed models this year alone. Not 5, not 15, but 50!

Here's Proof That Porsche Boxster Tester is Indeed the New Spyder


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To answer the question we posed last week, the Porsche Boxster spied in South Africa is indeed the 981 Spyder, and not only that, but we also learned some interesting details about the powertrain.

Could This Be Porsche's New Boxster 981 Spyder?


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While one could easily dismiss these shots as simply showing a regular 981 Boxster with a low-slung canvas top, we have reason to believe that this might very well be the new Boxster Spyder.

Hard(er)core Porsche Boxster Here in 2016 With no Extra Power


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According to all of the positive reviews of the latest incarnation of the Boxster, Porsche really seems to be onto a winner. It and the Cayman are the darlings of pretty much all auto journos, some of which have always said the manufacturer is holding it back so as not to step on the toes of the bigger 911.

More Details on Porsche Boxster & Cayman Turbocharged Future


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Ever since Porsche's Chief of engineering, Wolfgang Hatz confirmed that turbo engines could be the solution for the brand's sub-GT3 models, we've been wondering just how far down into the range they would implement them.

Next Porsche Boxster to be Called 718?


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We already know that Porsche won’t be making a sub-Boxster/Cayman model and use the 718 name for that, so its use for the next incarnation of the sub-911 model does make sense.

Porsche 718 "Baby Boxster" Project Cancelled


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It turns out that Porsche has decided to keep the Boxster as the sole entry point to the range, giving up on chasing volume sales.

Porsche's Boxster GT4 Could Look Something Like This


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As our recent spy photos proved, aside from a Cayman GT4, Porsche is also working on a GT4 version of the facelifted Boxster.

New Scoops Suggest Porsche Working on Boxster GT4 As Well


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Porsche surprised our spies this week with a Boxster prototype wearing all the goods we've seen on the various Cayman GT4 testers.

It's Raining Red GTS Models at Porsche's LA Show Stand


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There's a GTS edition for just about everyone at Porsche's Los Angeles Auto Show booth this week – and they're all dressed in red.

Porsche Boss Says No Sub-Boxster Model Planned


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It is the consensus within Porsche’s managing elites that the brand has no need for an entry level model to sit below the Boxster (pictured). Such a model has been hinted at more times than we can count (not just recently, but over the last few years) but it’s always been denied and/or downplayed by the company higher ups.

Can Old Tuned Mazda MX-5 Beat New Stock Porsche Boxster on the Circuit?


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Remember Mat Watson’s experiment with the 16-year-old Mazda MX-5 tuned with performance parts worth £4,000 in order to make it quicker than a brand new standard Porsche Boxster?

Porsche Creates Lower-Powered 208HP Cayman and Boxster for Belgium and Norway


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As with the Macan SUV, Porsche has quietly begun selling lower-powered versions of the Cayman and Boxster in Belgium and Norway, presumably to comply with local regulations regarding emissions and taxes.

Old Mazda MX-5 Upgraded with £4,000 Tuning Parts to Beat New Porsche Boxster


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The Mazda MX-5’s light body and rear-wheel drive setup make it an ideal car for tuning, as do its low purchase price and good looks. Obviously, the urge to tune a Mazda MX-5 is primarily due to the fact that most standard models are relatively underpowered.

Whatever Engine these Porsche Testers are Running, it Sounds Quite Different…


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The next Porsche Cayman and Boxster models will most likely herald the arrival of new smaller-displacement four-cylinder engines to the range.

Porsche Spied Testing Lightly Facelifted Boxster


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You could say that Porsche is being cheeky and playing games of the "Can you spot the differences?" kind with their prototype Boxster facelift that was nabbed by our spy shooters on public roads.

Porsche Offering Short Leases for Boxsters, Caymans to Sweeten Wait for Macan Customers


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The new Porsche Macan crossover is in such high demand that the entire production slated for the U.S. this year is already sold out. And since customers have to wait more than six months to get their Macans delivered, Porsche Cars North America has figured out a way to keep them happy by offering very short-term leases on Porsche Boxster and Cayman sports cars until their Macans arrive.

Porsche's New Flat Four Turbo Engines Said to be Offered in 1.6, 2.0 and 2.5 Liter Displacements


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The new Macan may have the distinction of offering the first four-cylinder engine in Porsche's range in more than two decades, but the VW Group-sourced 2.0-liter turbo'd unit that is shared with the likes of Seat, Skoda and Audi, is a temporary solution as the Stuttgart carmaker is preparing its very own four-cylinder boxer engines.

How Porsche Fooled Rivals by Disguising a Boxster Prototype into a 911


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We now know that Porsche experimented with a V8 engine in the 911, so the sports car manufacturer has decided to share another secret from the 911’s life. Well, it’s actually more related to the Boxster than the 911, as in the early 1990s, Porsche started testing the layout of the future mid-engined sports car within the body of a 911.

Boxster S in Riviera Blue, Courtesy of Porsche Exclusive


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The Boxster S paid a visit to the Porsche Exclusive customization shop and this is what the German firm's designers came up with for their two-seater roadster. It's not a limited edition model, but rather a showpiece to inspire buyers to design a bespoke version of their own cars.