Porsche Boxster (type 987)
In the 2005 model year, Porsche expanded the Boxster model series to include the type 987 Boxster. Visually, the new model differs greatly from its predecessors with newly designed, oval headlights and 17-inch aluminium wheels instead of 16-inch aluminium wheels on the Boxster and 18-inch aluminium wheels instead of 17-inch aluminium wheels on the Boxster S. The electric top of the new Boxster can now be opened and closed at a speed of up to 50 km/h. In the 2007 model year, the rated power of the two Boxster models would be raised to the same level as the Cayman models.
Standard H7 clear-glass headlights with projection technology // 17-inch aluminium wheels // Electrically adjustable and heated dual-arm exterior mirrors // Thermally insulated glass with Green tint // Black anodised brake callipers // Oval exhaust tailpipe // Aluminium front and rear luggage compartments // Roll-over bar behind the seats // Increase in the rated power of the two engines to the Cayman model level from MY 2007 // Electric convertible top can be opened and closed at a speed of up to 50 km/h // Standard Porsche Stability Management (PSM) // Alcantara seat centre
Crossbars integrated in the air intakes in the vehicle colour // LED parking lights and fog lights // Twin-tube look // Brake callipers painted in Black // VarioCam Plus valve control (variable valve lift adjustment) // Six-cylinder boxer engines with a displacement of 2.9 litres // Titanium-coloured Boxster logo on the rear lid // On-board computer with extended features // Extendable rear spoiler // Start-up assist // PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) available at extra cost
Boxster Limited Edition – 'USA' GT3 RS Orange (2008)
From 28 September 2007 for the North American market // Special edition with 500 vehicles // GT3 RS Orange colour // Black convertible top // Available as Boxster and Boxster S (251 Boxster; 251 Boxster S) -> one more unit of each than planned // Small spoiler lips on the front end // Extendable rear spoiler // Diffusers inline with vehicle colour // Boxster: 17-inch aluminium wheels // Boxster S: 18-inch aluminium wheels // Limited Edition badge on glove compartment
Boxster Spyder (2010-11)
1,667 units were produced // Reduced weight through lighter materials and omission of equipment, 80 kg lighter than a Boxster S (1275 kg unloaded weight) // Aluminium doors // Minimal fabric convertible top // Sports bucket seats // Loops instead of door handles in the interior // Sports suspension and limited slip differential // The lightest road-approved Porsche in the model range at the time
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Porsche Classic Parts Explorer
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You can now quickly and easily find selected genuine parts for your classic car using the Porsche Classic Parts Explorer. Regardless of whether you search by model, type or model year, you can discover genuine parts and spare parts for the relevant classic car in just a few clicks. Each year, some 300 reissued parts plus selected products for specific models become available online, along with all of the relevant details, of course. In addition to images and part numbers, you will find a range of useful information regarding the individual products and specific usage scenarios.
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