2013 Porsche Boxster comes closer to 911 with TechArt’s modification


The latest iteration of the 2013 Porsche Boxster simply looks gorgeously close to its brethren, the 911, but that didn’t stop tuners around the world to take a design stab at it to make it more desirable. The latest modification package from TechArt tuner of Germany adds aesthetic details to enhance the look of the new 2013 Porsche Boxster.

The German tuning company’s managing director, Thomas Behringer said, “Our aim was to give the Porsche Boxster an even sportier expression with intelligently applied exterior components while simultaneously underlining the elegant look of the vehicle.”

From the released photos, we can see the sportiness expresses more prominently with TechArt’s modification package on the 2013 Porsche Boxster. The exterior modification includes a new front spoiler, a rear wing, mirror trims, crosspieces on the side air vents, decorative trims on the rear diffuser, and new exhaust tailpipes with functional valve control to help build up back pressure at a start.

In addition, TechArt lowered the 2013 Porsche Boxster by 30 mm up front and 20 mm in the rear by using a new set of sport springs on all four corners to give an even more aggressive stance while providing a lower center of gravity. To fill up the remaining fender gaps, a new set of 21-inch alloy wheels is in place to emulate its performance stature.

As for the interior, TechArt provides a few optional upgrades, which include leather treatment and carbon fiber trim packages, unique paddle shifters, steering wheel and instrument dials, aluminum sport pedals, and even door entry guards. Check out the photos in the above for more details.