revealing two brilliant cars in Geneva, Porsche has now unveiled the new
Porsche Boxster Spyder at the New York International Auto Show.
fabric removable soft top roof, which still has to be closed by hand, the Boxster
Spyder will only be available in manual transmission, and that’s great for the
neo-manual era for people who live a stick in the middle and 3rd
pedal new their feet. Hammered onto the manual gearbox will be Porsche’s iconic
3.8 litre flat 6 engine producing 375bhp.in 4.5 seconds, the new Boxster Spyder can easily manage from a standstill to a
100kmph while the top speed is 290kmph. The combined fuel consumption of all of
that is 12.1kmpl.
Design wise, as
a tribute to the 718 Spyder from the 1960s, the new Boxster Spyder has two
prominent streamlined bulges that extend down along the long rear lid behind
the head restraints while the front and rear end of the model are taken from
the Cayman GT4.
Fitted with a
new steering wheel of 360mm, the passengers in the Boxster Spyder get comfy
sports bucket seats with large side supports. However, the luxury sort of ends
right there, because neither a radio nor air conditioning is included as
standard equipment in order to reduce weight but can be fitted as an optional
The new Boxster
Spyder will be launched in the international market in July and is available to
order now from Porsche Centres.
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