Porsche has officially launched two new T-model variants of its Boxster and Cayman ranges, Autocar reports. Titled the 718 Cayman T and 718 Boxster T, the sports cars boast a lower chassis, which is usually reserved for the brand’s top S models.
Both models have the same power capabilities: 295 horsepower and 280 pound-foot of torque, which allows the vehicles to go 0-62mph in around five seconds.
Weighing 1350 kilos, the dynamic models have a top speed of 171mph and include interior features such as two-way electric seats, back door pulls and red gear lettering, six-gear manual gearbox, and more.
In terms of significant upgrades, drivers will find the gearshift shortened, 20-inch titanium gray alloy wheels, and the Sports Chrono pack, which enables sportier turning, engine, and transmission.
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