German tuner TechArt has stormed the Essen Motor Show with plenty of cool Porsche models this year, and we’re especially fond of their program for the new Boxster S.
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The convertible sportscar gets a brand new bodykit, which two-piece front apron with a splitter, a rear wing (we are talking about a fixed one), mirror casings, decorative elements for the air vents on the sides, as well as a rear diffuser. The look of the car is also enhanced with a set of 21 inch Formula light alloy wheel with a five-spoke design, or you could have the company’s Formula III forged wheels, which are up to 40 percent lighter compared to the stock rims.
A custom exhaust has been created to fit the 3.4-liter of the Boxster S, which comes with twin polished stainless steel pipes. The customer can also specify his exhaust with controllable valves that lets you choose how loud the car is.
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