The Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet 2012 has been turned towards the motor enthusiasts at this year’s Detroit Motor Show. But the automaker has some other plans for the 2013 Boxter on which its R&D professionals may be trying to make that into a class beating machine. Still the Porsche insiders have been kind enough to treat our curiosity with humility and lent us some key details on which a preliminary analysis of the yet to be exhibited vehicle could be made.
The design isn’t going be anything like a revolution which could be understood. The headlamps look suave than ever before with most of the lines in the metal too being sharp and attractive. No doubt that it’s the best looking Boxter to have come out of Porsche’s design studio till now. Both the variants of the car have flat six engines, direct injection technology and state of the art thermal management dynamics.
In terms of power, the capacity of 2.7 liter basic version gives out 265 hp of turbulence and 3.4 liter engine mixing up power worth 315 hp for its masters. The base model may run with a 60 mph speed in 5.4 seconds o a stretch whereas the improved model could gain that speed within just 4.7 seconds.