2016 Porsche Boxster GT4 Release - Porsche Cars Review
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2016 Porsche Boxster GT4 Release , Would not it be great if the photographer spies could magically generate keys for the prototype and use it to pop the hood every once in a while? That way at least we will have some idea about what kind of muscle GT4 will come packing. OK, well, we have to drive a certain car to lift and drop the machine, but you get the idea. Our best guess is that the new variant Boxster will utilize one of the 911 version is more powerful flat-six factory-Carrera S 400-hp 3.8-liter-or work-over iterations of 3.4-liter flat-six that the share of the Boxster and Cayman the base 911 Carrera. There is also the possibility that Porsche could use the model to introduce a turbocharged variant, perhaps with only four cylinders, and / or include some hybrid equipment.Whatever happens, do not expect GT4 to pack a lot less than 400 horsepower. If GT4 which use a jump-up 3.4-liter six such Boxster GTS, it is impossible to imagine less than 355 horses; after all, make the GTS 340, and Porsche have to distinguish GT4 with high strength. Spirit, this prototype has a six-speed stick grow from the center consoleUnderneath, the Boxster GT4 should be very similar to each other when the Boxster and Cayman, unless some action-rigid chassis and suspension firmer. Interestingly, the Boxster prototype pictured here is equipped with red brake calipers, which in Porsche brakes Hierarchy-yes, Porsche has brakes hierarchy indicates upsized iron brake rotors are the same that are used in the Boxster GTS. (Caliper Yellow announces carbon-ceramic rotors, silver shows a basic brake kit, and a black Porsche signal given is all-wheel drive.) One might expect Porsche to fit carbon-ceramic as GT4 standard fare, but the Cayman GT4 we spied some months ago also have this same setup. One major difference between this version of the Boxster and Cayman GT4 is the former lack of giant, fixed rear wing; in its place sits a ducktail spoiler smaller but still prominent
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