Just like they did with the 911, Porsche offered the addition of the Boxster “T”. This model is a reduction down to the “bare essentials”, with removal of Porsche Communication Management (PCM), and is instead replaced out with Sports Seats Plus, 20-inch Carrera S wheels, door pull loops, and a GT steering wheel with mode switch. PDK is still an option for this minimalist model if you wanted to opt for the auto, however this model is clearly aimed at connecting the driver closer with the car, so I am sure the 6-speed manual would be recommended. It is not the fastest in class, but will be more of the more authentic and fun to drive Boxsters.
Compression ratio: 9.5:1
Maximum Power: 300hp @ 6500rpm
Maximum Torque: 380Nm @ 1950-4500rpm
Brakes: Front: 330mm discs; rear: 299mm discs.
Suspension: Lightweight spring-strut suspension
Wheels: 20-inch Carrera S wheels Tyres: Front: 235/35 ZR 20 tyres. Rear: 265/35 ZR 20
Weight: 1350kg (Manual) , 1380kg (PDK)
Did you Know?
The “T” stands for “Touring” and dates back to 1968 with the first Porsche 911 T.