It's faster than the old Cayman GT4.
The upcoming Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder has been spied testing on the Nürburgring. The last time we posted spy shots of the Spyder was in January, a cold time of the year to flaunt its new bikini top above the shapely engine cover. This time around, the Spyder's lapping the famous German race track, looking very production ready.
Rumors suggest it could even get a flat-six.
The turbocharged flat-four is more powerful than ever.
A number of interior colors caused excess dashboard glare.
GTS packages are popular, no matter the Porsche model.
It's like a playground. For adults. With really fast cars.
New name, new engines, but the Boxster goodness is retained.
Porsche reveals the newly updated and turbocharged 718 Boxster at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show with the hope that it will live up to its legendary nameplate.
The new Porsche Boxster and Cayman are coming next year, and when they'll arrive, they'll have a new name: 718. The two cars will also have a new, turbocharged, four-cylinder engine.
A British man is a guest of Her Majesty's prisons after being sentenced to four years for stealing a Porsche Boxster, taping himself driving it, and crashing.
Car magazine reports that the coming four-cylinder Boxster and Cayman will get from 240 to 370 hp. If true, power outputs for the base and S models will go down.
As part of a new billion-euro investment plan, Porsche has undertaken to move all excess production of the Boxster and Cayman back to its principal facility at Zuffenhausen near Stuttgart, Germany.
Porsche will replace Boxster and Cayman with a new model line to be offered with a boxer four-cylinder engine, launching in mid-2016 and confirmed to be coming to America.
The Porsche Boxster Spyder is back with 375 horsepower, a manual transmission, a no-frills interior, and a manually operated cloth roof. We want one. Now.