Techart has revealed the customization program for the Porsche Boxster, before the 2012 Essen Motor Show debut.
Techart has revealed their initial customization program for the 2013 Porsche Boxster, before the world premiere which is scheduled in December at the 2012 Essen Motor Show. As you might have guessed, Techart offers a wide array of customization options for the new Boxster, including the tuner’s 21-inch Formula light alloy wheels that have a five-spoke design. They also have the Formula III forged wheels that adopt a dynamic double spoke design. Thanks to the forged alloy configuration, these wheels are up to 40 percent lighter than stock wheels.
The twin tailpipes of the Boxster are manufactured from stainless steel and can be equipped with a custom muffler. Another way to go is to install the complete sport exhaust system with valve control. Another package available is the sport spring kit which brings the car closer to the ground by 30mm at the front and 20mm at the back.
Upon customer request, the interior cabin of the Porsche Boxster can be fitted with a carbon fiber package, decorative stitching and a vast selection of leather options. We should also mention the three-spoke steering wheels and the custom paddle shifters.
Additional details are available in the press release below.