The entire lineup - or what's left - sees a price boost of at least $5,100.
Porsche has released pricing for the 2024 Boxster 718 and Cayman 718 lineup that sees increases for every trim that's still available.
Earlier this week, we reported that the 718 GT4, Spyder, and T models have been dropped for 2024. The base Cayman now begins at $69,950, the S from $81,950, and the GTS 4.0 at $96,850. Each trim is now $5,100 more than its 2023 equivalent. The Cayman GT4 RS, meanwhile, commands a hefty $163,650 - that's $13,100 more than last year.
The drop-top Boxster wasn't left alone. Each comparative trim costs an extra $2,100 compared to the 2023 model. What's new for '24 (but launched outside of the US last year) is the Style Edition for both variants and, from what we can tell, seems to serve as a sort of replacement for the now-deceased T trims.
That means it's based on the entry-level models with a turbocharged 2.0-liter flat-four producing 300 horsepower. As the name suggests, the Style Edition boasts unique styling attributes like 20-inch black wheels, illuminated side sills, and black tailpipes.
Inside, there's a heated steering wheel, new floor mats, and embossed Porsche crests on each headrest. Customers can further add black or white hood stripes and unique side graphics. Pricing for the package had not been added to the online configurator at the time of writing, but we expect it'll slot in between the base and S trims. Porsche will hopefully provide more complete details shortly.
Additional engines include the turbocharged 2.5-liter flat-four with 350 hp in the S and the 4.0-liter naturally aspirated six-cylinder with 394 hp in the GTS.
Our earlier report also confirmed that several features have been dropped for the 2024 model, including the CD player and some exterior and interior color options. This streamlining of the 718 lineup and subsequent price increases suggest that the current generation models are quickly approaching the end of their production cycles.
The fourth generation, codenamed 982, launched for the 2016 model year and has received updates throughout its lifetime and saw the addition of new trims, like the GT4 RS.
Porsche is currently testing next-gen prototypes, which will be all-electric and will probably debut for the 2025 model year. If so, there's a good chance Porsche will unveil special and/or final editions of the 982 718s later this year or next.
They may not be as extreme as the Spyder and GT4 RS, but they'll undoubtedly be collectibles as the gas-powered 718 drives off into the sunset for good.
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