• Jan 9, 2008
Spies have caught the restyled Porsche Boxster and its hardtop sibling undergoing testing, and in keeping with Porsche tradition, the changes are easy to overlook. The majority of the restyling is visible in the haunches of the Cayman, where the tail lamps have grown and become more curvaceous – feminine even. Up front, LEDs have been installed within the new front fascia and AutoExpress expects some upgraded materials to find their way inside Porsche's midship duo when the refresh is unveiled later this year.
[Source: AutoExpress]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      not a whole lot there...

      but what changes there are aren't bad. I wonder if the S-models are going to get limited slip diffs, or any equipment upgrades.

      I wish they would make the rear quarter windows a little less stubby, and a bit longer and more graceful. it might make the car look longer than it is tall at the center of the roof.

      minor quibbles considering how sublime that car's chassis is. Gotta love a mid-engined boxer coupe. I'd buy one if it were as ugly as the new Impreza, and I had the money to spend. But being as sexy-looking as possible is always a big plus.
        • 7 Years Ago
        nah, these have been around for a while. Autoblog was just slow to report it.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Wow,
        This is Stuttgart in January? The temps have been in the lower/mid 40s F and people are wearing short sleeved shirts and driving around with the top down on the convertible. It makes me wonder how old these photos are. Decembers highest temp in Stuttgart was 48F. Makes me wonder how authentic these photos are. Or were they taken in Oct/Nov of 2007 and now just getting released?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Looks good... tail lights almost look like an afterthought though. I like the outer ring on the BMW headlights. I like the LED's on the Audi's, especially on the S6. Why couldn't Porsche have come up with something unique to their brand an not lift it from Audi???

      Other than a little nit picking, I'll take one please.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Porsche has been using LEDs on their 997 Turbo for a couple of years. They may even predate Audi's use on production cars.

        I would also like one, please.
      • 7 Years Ago
      hmmm... I stand corrected. I completely forgot about the Turbo, if one can really do something like that!?

      Still... every time I see the Cayman I do a double take. 911's and Cayannes are everywhere in the Hartford area. Not as many Cayman's so it's still a rarity and I love it!