Porsche Boxster, Cayman Get the GTS Treatment

By Matt Schmitz  on March 20, 2014

https://www.cstatic-images.com/stock/765x765/50/-1546041949-1425510621750.

Porsche announced Wednesday that it is powering up the performance of its 2014 Boxster roadster and Cayman coupe. Both models will now be offered for the first time with the GTS package, increasing horsepower, torque and top speed, and adding some new standard equipment. Both new GTS models are set to arrive in the summer, with the Boxster starting at $74,495 and the Cayman at $76,195; both prices include a $995 destination charge. The prices of the S models of the Boxster and Cayman with destination are $63,095 and $64,750, so the GTS versions are an 18 percent increase for both.

More Porsche News on Cars.com

Both the Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS have a 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine, upping the horsepower of their S counterparts by 15, bringing the Boxster's total to 330 hp and the Cayman's to 340 hp. Likewise, torque is improved by 7 pounds-feet to 273 in the Boxster and 280 in the Cayman. The Sport Chrono package is now a standard feature with a six-speed manual transmission or an optional seven-speed. With the latter transmission, Sport Plus mode enables a zero-to-60-mph sprint of 4.4 seconds for the Boxster and 4.3 seconds for the Cayman; top speeds are 174 mph and 177 mph, respectively. Both come standard with Porsche Active Suspension Management, offering sport and comfort ride settings.

https://www.cstatic-images.com/stock/765x765/73/476179190-1425510564073.

New standard features include unique front and rear design, blacked-out bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights, 20-inch Carrera S wheels, a sport exhaust system with black tailpipes and GTS badging. Interior upgrades include an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel, headliner, center console and sport-seat inserts, along with GTS embroidery in the headrests and badging on the tachometer face.

Manufacturer image

Porsche Boxster Maserati Coupe Porsche MINI Convertible Porsche Cayman Luxury Vehicles Sports Cars


News Editor Matt Schmitz is a veteran Chicago journalist indulging his curiosity for all things auto while helping to inform car shoppers.  Email Matt