Porsche Boxster by TechArt

Tuning

An aero kit, wheels and refined interior highlight of Techart’s latest aftermarket program that will debut in December.

German tuning house TechArt has revealed its individualization project for the new Porsche Boxster. Set to be revealed at the Essen Motor Show in Germany next month, the Techart Boxster benefits from a number of enhancements. "Our aim was to give the Porsche Boxster an even sportier expression with intelligently applied exterior components while simultaneously underlining the elegant look of the vehicle," says TechArt's Managing Director Thomas Behringer.

Allowing the front of the car to sit closer to the ground is a two-part front spoiler with integrated splitter, which fits seamlessly with the design. At the rear, a fixed spoiler adds a sportier edge to the mid-engined sports car, while other elements of the aero kit include side mirror trim, decorative crosspieces on the side air vents, and a subtle trim for the rear diffuser. Complementing the new exterior design is a choice of two original 21-inch Techart wheels. The Formula light alloys boast a five spoke design, and the Formula III forged alloys offer a dynamic double spoke design.

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Completing the exterior mods are polished stainless-steel twin tailpipes with optional sound muffler and valve control for acoustic support, and a sport spring kit that lowers the Boxster by 30 mm up front and 20 mm at the rear axle. A full leather interior with decorative stitching combines with TechArt's custom styling packages that offer a range of individual options including carbon-fiber packages for a high-class finish. Custom paddle shifters and 3-spoke sports steering wheel round off the interior enhancements.

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