The Porsche Boxster has been a fantastic entry-level sports car for many years and with the introduction of the S-line continues to set the benchmark in its class. Now the German car maker presents the 2015 Porsche Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS to ensure its lead.
Diving into the details of the Boxster reveals an added 15 horsepower and 7 pound-feet of torque, bringing the total to 330 horses and 273 pound-feet. Porsche’s Sport Chrono package and Active Suspension Management (PASM) come with the package as well.
Dynamic engine mounts, selectable damper stiffness, and throttle response are all modified at the push of a button. Put everything in sport mode, and a PDK-equipped Boxster will hit 62 mph in 4.7 seconds.
Such an extensive list of enhancements doesn’t come for free, and the 2015 Porsche Boxster GTS cost a fair bit more than the models on which they are based. In the case of the open-top Boxster, the GTS’s $74,495 list price (with destination) is a $10,200 premium over a Boxster S…