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The new Porsche Boxster from TechArt Automobildesign

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  1. Eisenflower

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    The new Porsche Boxster from TechArt Automobildesign

    Brand-new: Concurrent with the start of sales of the new Porsche, Boxster TechArt Automobildesign already offers numerous individual accessories for the new sports car.

    While aerodynamic-enhancement parts such as front spoiler, side skirts, air inlets and rear spoiler are in the last stages of development, a TÜV-tested tire and wheels program is already available. Owners of a new Porsche Boxster can choose from various tire/wheel combinations with diameters of 17, 18, 19 and 20 inches. The largest version for the roadster features 20-inch one-piece TechArt Formula light-alloy wheels. The five-spoke wheels are available with silver or black center. On the front axle the 8.5Jx20 wheels are fitted with ContiSportContact 2 Vmax tires in size 235/30 ZR 20. The 11Jx20 rims mounted on the rear axle are fitted with tires in size 305/25 ZR 20.
    The TechArt suspensions are custom-calibrated to the new tires. For a ride-height lowering by some 25 – 30 millimeters TechArt offers sport springs, which also harmonize perfectly with the PASM suspension available from the factory. A sport suspension with firmer ride is in the testing phase of development.

    As a world-renowned specialist for exclusive interiors TechArt Automobildesign also creates individual interiors for the new Boxster in all colors and designs in the company-own upholstery shop.

    The lineup includes exclusive fully leather interiors and sporty accessories: TechArt offers ergonomically shaped airbag sport steering wheels with three or four spokes, and aluminum foot pedals, shift knob and foot rest. In addition there are stainless-steel sill plates with TechArt logo.

    Anyone longing for a sportier engine sound will soon be able to order a TechArt stainless-steel sport exhaust.

    TechArt engine tuning for the new Porsche Boxster is under development.




    Text and photos: TechArt Automobildesign

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  2. Scott

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    hugh wheels! looks nice though. Better then previous Boxsters.
     
  3. Hornblower

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    Holy low pro's
     
  4. Hornblower

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    ps like the exaust looks like the gallado
     
  5. John Doe

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    Searched, couldn't find a 'gallado' but I did find the Lamborghini Gallardo...

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    What the fuck have you been huffing?!
     
  6. VR6in

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    I'm not really a big fan of huge wheels like that on a car unless it's a lowrider or something along that line but that car is damn hot!
     
  7. shaun

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    Never been a fan of the single, central pipe. Dual exhaust all teh way.
     
  8. John Doe

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    I agree with you, BUT.. Porsche did that for packaging/weight on the mid-engine Boxster design. I prefer, if it is a single exit, put it to one side.
     

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