Spy Sneak Peak 2013 Porsche Boxster in Los Angeles

Spy Sneak Peak 2013 Porsche Boxster in Los Angeles

Here is the amazing spy sneak peak of the 2013 Porsche Boxster in Los Angeles. From a great person Alex Ranarivelo, I like the effort for capturing the shots from his motorbike, we appreciate this type of approaches So that’s why I published this article, Let’s see the Spy Sneak Peak of 2013 Porsche Boxster, Hope you all like that.

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2013 Porsche Boxster

The Germans almost try out their cars approximately in all countries around the world, including of course, the U.S.
There is a chance to spot a prototype model of a future Porsche model, Which was busy in doing the rounds at the Nürburgring racetrack than anywhere else,

Alex Ranarivelo a reader from Fastcarinworld.Com snapped this lightly camouflaged 2013 Porsche Boxster in Los Angeles.


spy sneak peak porsche 911 boxster

Understandably, he was only able to take a quick picture of the two-seater roadster model from behind and don’t expect any revolutionary changes to the Boxster’s design.

2013 Porsche 911 boxster

But while the styling of the Mk3 Boxster may not raise any eyebrows, the possibility of a new four-cylinder engine will surely come as a surprise.

Official details remain away, but there are an increasing number of reports suggesting that Porsche is currently developing a horizontally opposed four-cylinder unit with turbo charging and direct injection technologies that will be available with a displacement of 2.0-liters or less.
If it turns out to be true, the same engine will also be offered on the replacement of the Cayman coupe.

Now we’ve caught the 2013 Porsche Boxster Prototype testing stateside. Spotted in heavy LA traffic, these two disguised Boxsters show subtle but significant differences from the current car. More shapely and aggressive bodywork at the rear is apparent, along with a new taillight design. Also notable, the deck lid has gone from two pieces (with a panel each for the convertible top and the trunk) to a clean, single piece of sheet metal. We’ll look forward to seeing how the new design integrates with the convertible top.

The front of the car shows some 911 influence, with bigger vents and shorter overhangs, but he had a tough time getting a shot of the nose from his moving motorcycle…might have had something to do with his thick gloves! If this new 2013 Porsche Boxster does not make a surprise debut at the Frankfurt show in September, perhaps we’ll see it on the stand at Geneva early next year.

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