/Porsche Boxster Spyder “Summer Day” Photoshoot

Porsche Boxster Spyder “Summer Day” Photoshoot

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The new Porsche Boxster Spyder is so amazingly impractical, it doesn’t even come with a roof as such. You just get a sort tonneau cover that is a pain in the backside to fit. That means if you live anywhere in Europe, you can only use this car on the road, with peace of mind, in the middle of summer.

But that is all right because it makes driving the Porsche Boxster Spyder more special. You wait and wait and wait for that perfect day when the sun is out and the roads are empty. Then you can bring the Spyder out and go in search of the twistiest mountain road you can find, and spend the rest of the day driving up and down it.

Once again we have to admit Porsche’s “less is more” motto is right and true.

Just to recap before you check out these amazing Summer Day photos of the car, Porsche Boxster Spyder is powered by a 375-hp six-cylinder engine from the Cayman GT4, and it works wonders with this car as it weighs only 1,315 kilograms. The Spyder also sits 20mm lower than the normal models and has a stiffer chassis, all of which means it feels like a 375-hp go kart to drive.

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