This series of photos is an opportunity for Porsche to look back on 25 years of the Bosxter, a roadster whose concept was first unveiled in 1993 in Detroit.
It took until 1996 for the first production model to emerge. Equipped with a flat engine, in central position, of 2.5 liters of displacement (204 horses), it benefits from some improvements in the years which follow. The displacement then goes to 2.7 liters for a power of 220, then 228 horsepower (252, then 260 horsepower for the 6-cylinder Boxster S).
The Boxster then never stopped growing. Thus, launched in 2004, the 987 generation sees the power of its engines increase from 240 and 280 horses, to 255 horses for the 2.9 liters and 295 or 310 horses for the 3.4 liters. In 2012, with the arrival of the 981 generation, the engine blocks continued to increase in power, while the Boxster Spyder was equipped with a 3.8-liter engine with a power of 375 horses.
As early as 2016, the 982 generation of the Boxster took on board for the first time a 2.0-liter (300 hp) and 2.5-liter (350 hp) four-cylinder turbo. In 2019, the Boxster Sypyder, again, is equipped with a flat-6 engine with 4.0 liters of displacement developing 420 horsepower. Finally, since 2020, the 718 Boxster GTS 4.0 has been equipped with the same engine installed in the central position (400 horsepower).
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