Porsche Boxster Concept
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|Porsche Boxster Concept|
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|Body Style||2-door, 2-seat Roadster|
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|Engine||2.5 L H6|
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The Porsche Boxster got its origins from 1993 when porsche created the Porsche Boxster Concept as a modern version of the 550 spyder from 1953.
The prototype showed slight differences from the '986' of 1996, including the grill. however, it incorperated the headlights of the first boxster and 996. When it debuted, it was no less than a sensation. It was supposedly made to celebrate 40 years of the 550 spyder, and in some ways looks like one. It was liked by enthusiasts who went to see it and was put on sale 3 years later to become one of Porsche's most popular cars.
See Wikicars' comprehensive Porsche Boxster Concept Review.
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