2020 Porsche 718 Six-Cylinder Boxster Specs, Redesign, & Specs

2020 Porsche 718 Six-Cylinder Boxster Specs, Redesign, & Specs – Porsche is focusing on a new version of the 718 Boxster and in accordance to our spy photography lovers, the vehicle will likely be powered by a six-cylinder engine.

Porsche Six-Cylinder Boxster

Porsche Six-Cylinder Boxster

2020 Porsche 718 Six-Cylinder Boxster Redesign

In current months, a bundle of ‘mysterious’ Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 prototypes were snapped undergoing testing by having a fascinating exhaust design indicative of a six-cylinder-powered model slightly distinct from the impending Cayman GT4. This led to the supposition that Porsche may work on a Cayman GT4 Touring model.

Porsche Six-Cylinder Boxster Specs

Porsche Six-Cylinder Boxster Specs

Then we have this Porsche 718 Boxster prototype. Just like the aforementioned Cayman GT4 Touring testers we’ve can come across, the Boxster features the identical dual tailpipe design, showing that there’s a six-cylinder under the skin area. Oddly enough, the Boxster pictured doesn’t feature some other components that differentiate it from lower four-cylinder versions. It might mean that as opposed to developing a ‘Touring’ version of the Boxster, Porsche is instead concentrating on a six-cylinder offering that sits earlier mentioned the GTS in its range but doesn’t nibble apart at sales of the Cayman GT4 or its forthcoming sibling, the 718 Boxster Spyder.

Engine

The existing Porsche Boxster range is topped out by the GTS. Powering this model is a turbocharged 2.5-liter flat-four engine filled with a designed turbocharger with variable turbine geometry and a larger compressor to raise boost stress. All up, the car pumps out 361 hp and 317 lb-ft (420 Nm) of torque and is available standard with a six-speed manual transmission. A PDK dual-clutch gearbox is also available.

Porsche Six-Cylinder Boxster Redesign

Porsche Six-Cylinder Boxster Redesign

Our options tell us that the new Boxster Spyder’s naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter six-cylinder could pump out roughly 425 hp. If that is the case, the six-cylinder Boxster model pictured could fit properly between the GTS and Spyder with about 380 hp. This particular prototype was fitted with a PDK transmission but our reliable spy photographers propose that a six-speed manual is also probable.

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