A few years ago, Porsche introduced the Boxster Spyder, a lightweight hardcore version of their entry level roadster with a tent for a roof. People loved it. And now, with the gorgeously wonderful Cayman GT4, an open topped hardcore variant has returned. Welcome back, Boxster Spyder.
A while back, we told you why we thought dropping an extra $11k on the GTS variants of the Boxster and Cayman is worth the eye-watering cost of entry—and we stand by that. It's a "good deal" in Porsche parlance. Remember, it's Porsche's world, and we're all just tacking on $23k in options on the average sale, right?
"You have any weapons or drugs on you?" This is not the kind of question you want to hear when you are stranded on the side of a pothole-filled road on a military base with a borrowed $102k Porsche Boxster S.
The engineers at Porsche must be raising glasses of Hefeweizen in celebration, because they've built a new Boxster S that's longer, wider, lighter, faster, and almost guaranteed to be a hit for the company.
The third-generation Porsche Boxster will look a lot like the second-generation Boxster if spy photos from Carscoop are to be believed. New car, old look, still very Porsche.
Henry Ford famously offered the Model T in any color as long as it was black. Porsche is trying to do the same thing with its aging buggies — first with the 911, and now with the Boxster S Black edition.
The crew from 'Merican Top Gear rolled into SEMA this morning with a quintet of supercabs. We hear a certain Ray Wert might drive one, but we're not sure if we can tell anyone. So, um, keep it to yourself...
Starting with an old cell phone a friend gave him, 17-year-old Steven Ortiz of Glendora, CA, used Craigslist to trade up 14 times over two years and eventually end up with a Porsche Boxster. Here's how he did it.
Rallying, Le Mans, a Le Mans start, skinny-tired spins, a Rothmans 959, mud, French police, Daytona, hairy-chested flat sixes, the Nürburgring, and more, all crammed into ninety-five seconds. If you don't want a P-car after this, your brain is broken.
Remember the 12-year-old kid behind the Porsche 928 turbo concept? Well, "Porsche Kid" has put together a full breakdown of what he expects from Porsche's 2013-14 lineup with photos below.
At 2,811 lbs — only 11 lbs more than the 10-year-old 986 Porsche Boxster — the new 2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder will be the lightest Porsche you can buy after it's unveiled at next month's LA Auto Show.