You know the stories; not a proper Porsche, the weak American light beer, the car that saw Porsche begin to sell their soul, so on and so forth.
My take on those ideas are that they come from people who live in the past. The sort of bloke who feels the need to talk about the Rolls Royce Merlin engine as being the greatest engineering achievement ever.
Those who can be clinical and accept a car for what it is rather than the badge will have found a stunning machine in the Boxster.
Still, just because Porsche have made it so good doesn’t mean there’s no extra room left for improvement. SpeedART Tuning have had a go at taking the mid-engined roadster that one step further.
Forget styling by design committees and a tamed exterior, SpeedART turned the aggression levels to the right levels when talking about a serious sports car like the Boxster.
Team the matte black accents on the bonnet side vents, door sills and front bumper with a new body kit featuring a front apron, side skirts, rear diffuser and rear wing to achieve a maximum effect.
Then go ahead and swap out the practical rollers with 20 or even 21 inch forged alloy wheels and then lower the whole thing.
Everything about the SpeedART Porsche Boxster’s design is simply awesome. The performance aspect however only gains some 20 hp and 20 Nm of torque via exhaust and catalyst trickery.
Hopefully, the German tuner will come back with a followup kit to make the go as impressive as the show.