Four new upgrade packages are offered on the Cayman and Boxster models
25 March 2010

Porsche is offering four new custom packages for its Boxster and Cayman models.

The Design Package includes a new range of interior and exterior colour options, black 19-inch alloys and a new front lip and rear spoiler. Also included in this package are matching air vents, exhaust tips, wing mirror housings and, for the Boxster, roll bars.

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The Infotainment Package incorporates the Porsche Communication Management (PCM), which features a sat-nav and MP3, iPod and Bluetooth connectivity. The Sound Package brings with it a 185-watt seven-speaker sound system on the Boxster and a 235-watt nine-speaker system on the Cayman.

The final Comfort Package includes rain-sensing windscreen wipers, climate control, dynamic cornering lights and bi-xenon headlights. Boxster buyers who choose this pack also benefit from a redesigned wind deflector.

UK on sale dates and prices have not yet been confirmed.

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