Porsche Refines the 2013 Porsche Boxster

by  |  On January 13th, 2012  |  In Auto News, Porsche

Porsche has been known for delivering some of the best cars that can really perform and therefore Porsche has decided that they would bring up some of the best cars that they have been working on for so long. Porsche recently announced that they will be bringing out the 2013 Porsche Boxster that has been one of the popular models under Porsche. There is no doubt that the earlier models of Porsche Boxster has received worldwide recognition and appreciation but Porsche has still gone ahead and made some refinements to their car to ensure that it has better performance than before.

Porsche has certainly made many changes to the 2013 Porsche Boxster but the most important of all is that they have reduced the weight of the car to make the car more aerodynamic and fuel efficient. They have introduced longer wheelbase and a wider track that actually improves the performance of the car and also helps in better car handling while turning sharp turns. Porsche has also introduced new mechanical power steering system to the car which helps the driver to handle the car in a better way and therefore Porsche claims that this car has superior performance and also consumes 15% less fuel than the earlier European models that they have launched in the past.

The company also announced that they have pushed forward the windscreen and made certain changes to the body design. They have also made certain changes to the interiors to ensure that passengers and drivers have better driving experience. The interior space in the new 2013 Porsche Boxster is more compare to the earlier models and has center console which has been inspired from Carrera GT model. To make the all new Porsche Boxster more powerful Porsche has incorporated the same powerful flat six engine with direct fuel injection. However, the base model has 2.7 liter displacement engine that produces 265 horsepower while the Boxster S will have 3.4 liter engine that can produce 315 horsepower. Both the models have six speed manual gearbox but Porsche does provide optional seven speed PDK for those who love speeding their car.

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