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Porsche Boxster

Mon, 16 Jan 2012

The Porsche Boxster has been completely redesigned as it enters its third generation since its introduction in 1996.

As can be expected from the Stuttgart manufacturer, the design is progressive, evolving the familiar two-seater into a more distinctive proposition within the Porsche range. Its proportions are also altered, with a flatter silhouette and shorter overhangs, while the base of the windscreen has been significantly shifted forward. Graphically the Boxster is reminiscent of the Carrera GT with its norrower, elliptical front lamps, engine air intakes that feed from the door surface and the integration of the rear spoiler and lamp graphics.

Inside, the Boxster follows the trend of other recent Porsche models with a steeply raked central tunnel that leads into the center stack. The IP itself is familiar with a three dial gauge pack and a large, centrally mounted screen. The air vent detailing is distinctive in the way it runs into the top of the IP.