New Porsche Boxster 25 Years revisits its roots – Autocar

Porsche will mark the 25th anniversary of its Boxster with a limited-run version based on the GTS 4.0.

The Boxster 25 Years, 1250 of which will be sold worldwide, is offered to order now, priced ₤ 72,760 (including ₤ 10,000 worth of choices). Deliveries will start in the spring.

Externally, the mid-engined model receives information modifications, such as the use of the copper-like ‘Neodyme’ colour– which Porsche utilized on the initial Boxster concept in 1993– for the front apron, side air consumptions, badging and 20in two-tone wheels. Similar to that idea, the standard colour is GT Silver metal, with black metal and white metallic also offered.

As standard, the special Boxster has a red material top with ‘Boxster 25’ lettering. A black roofing is likewise readily available.

More revisions consist of high-gloss tailpipes, a black windshield surround and an aluminium-look fuel filler cap.

Inside, Bordeaux leather is specified as standard to match the hood, although black leather is likewise offered. Aluminium trim, special door sill trims and 14-way electrically adjustable seats also include.

The vehicle’s naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six engine puts out 395bhp. Handbook and PDK automatic gearboxes are offered, with the PDK allowing a 0-62mph time of 4.0 sec and a leading speed of 182mph.

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The Boxster 25 Years, 1250 of which will be sold worldwide, is offered to purchase now, priced ₤ 72,760 (consisting of ₤ 10,000 worth of choices). Externally, the mid-engined model gets information changes, such as the use of the copper-like ‘Neodyme’ colour– which Porsche utilized on the initial Boxster principle in 1993– for the front apron, side air consumptions, badging and 20in two-tone wheels. As standard, the special Boxster has a red fabric top with ‘Boxster 25’ lettering.

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