Porsche is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its Boxster series with a special edition the Boxster 25. Limited to 1,250 units globally, the 25 pays homage to the first Boxster concept seen at the Detroit show in 1993.
The use of Neodyme, a copper-like color, is used to visually separate the Boxster 25 from the rest of Porsche’s mid-engine lineup. The copper trim for the side vents, front air intakes, badging, and wheels is the obvious grab, contrasting with the silver metallic finish Moving inside, you’ll find a properly retro leather interior finished in Bordeaux Red. Brushed aluminum trim contrasts the red with more Boxster 25 branding found on the gauges and door sills.
The folding softtop is also made from a red-colored fabric and the car lands as standard with brushed aluminum accents, 14-way electrically adjustable sports seats.
In terms of power, the Boxster 25 is based on the 4.0 GTS, rather excellent 4.0-litre flat-six: six-speed manual as standard with the PDK optional, that produces 394 hp and 309 lb-ft (419 Nm) of torque, as well as 10mm lower PASM suspension, a limited-slip diff with Porsche Torque Vectoring and the sports exhaust. When equipped with the six-speed, the car tops out at 182 mph (293 km/h) while with the dual-clutch and standard Sport Chrono package, it will hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in a mere 3.8 seconds.
Boxster 25 is available to order now with a starting price of $98,600. Models should reach US dealerships in the spring. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.