2012 PORSCHE BOXSTER S BLACK EDITION

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After the Porsche 911 Black Edition, the Boxster S reveals its special Black edition and only for 987 customers. The number is not random, since it identifies the project code of current car generation.

OPTIONAL: This version, as well as the special edition of the 911, includes a range of accessories usually available as extra optional and offered as a total black tint wich includes details such as vents, exhaust, roll bar and deserve a citation the lighter 19-inch 10 spokes alloy wheels wich are same as on Boxster Spyder. Inside stands out the steering wheel Sport Design in antislip leather, blacks decorative inserts on the dashboard and gear lever, the instrumentation and partial black leather seats with Porsche badge embossed on the headrest. Standard optional include the pack Comfort, Infotainment and Design, the Bi-Xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights, the wind deflector, fog-free mirrors and cruise control.

ENGINE AND PERFORMANCE: about mechanical details, the Black Edition compared to the Boxster S differs primarily for the higher power: 320 hp at 7,800 rpm instead of 310 and a maximum torque of 370 Nm at 4,750 rpm instead of 360. This is the same 6 cilyder from Spyder Boxster and Cayman S. The Boxster S Black Edition reaches 276 km/h and gets o-100 km/h in 5.2 seconds, with the declared use of the 6-speed manual transmission. Despite this increase in power and performance, the new limited edition has declared consumption slightly higher than the Boxster S, 9.8 l/100 km. Opting instead for the PDK 7-speed automatic transmission gets a bit lower top speed (274 km / h), but a better spring 0-100 in 5.1 seconds and a combined fuel consumption reduced to 9.4 l/100 km.

The Boxster S Black Edition will be available from March 2011 and will be offered, for the German market, at 63,404 Euro, taxes included.

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gabriele pisano

This has most of the Boxster Spyder’s looks. The big difference is the rear deck. The spyder has a unified aluminum rear deck, covering a much lighter and less technically complex removeable fabric roof with not much of a mechanism, let alone power folding.

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