World premiere of the Boxster, European premiere of the Panamera GTS
IAA Frankfurt Motor Show, Detroit Auto Show, Geneva Motor Show – Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, unveils world premieres at the world’s most important exhibitions at quarterly intervals. The star in Geneva is the new Boxster, after the 911 Carrera Coupé and Cabriolet, the third completely new development within half a year. The two-door sports cars are accompanied by the two sportiest Gran Turismos – the new Panamera GTS, making its debut in Europe, and the top of the range Panamera Turbo S model. Just how wide the Porsche Intelligent Performance spectrum extends is emphasised by the Cayenne S Hybrid and Cayenne Diesel with their especially low emission and fuel-efficient engines.
Agility redefined: The Boxster mid-engine roadster
Never before in the history of the Porsche Boxster was a change of generation so comprehensive. The open-top two-seater car is being marketed with a completely new lightweight design body and a completely revamped chassis. Considerably lower weight, a longer wheel-base, a wider track and larger wheels significantly enhance the mid-engine sports car’s driving dynamics yet further, already far and away the best in its class, supported by the new electro-mechanical power steering. The new Boxsters boast superior performance as well as being up to 15 per cent more fuel-efficient. Depending on model, they get by with significantly less than eight litres of fuel per 100 kilometres.
The new sports car generation makes its debut in the classic Porsche pairing of Boxster and Boxster S. Both models are powered by flat-six engines with direct petrol injection, the efficiency of which is further enhanced by electrical system recuperation, thermal management and auto start/stop function. The entry-level model’s new power unit delivers 265 hp (195 kW) from a 2.7 litre displacement – ten hp more than its larger displacement predecessor. Technically, it is now based on the 3.4-litre engine of the Boxster S. This now delivers 315 hp (232 kW), which is five hp more than before.
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