The facelift Porsche Boxster and Cayman duo will be officially unveiled next year but that doesn’t mean that we have no clue on what we will be finding under their hoods.
According to the British media, the two vehicles will be revised and the final “products” will be officially unveiled in 2016. The base variants will be bringing a 2.0 liter flat four-cylinder turbocharged engine, in the entry-level versions, which will be able to send a total of 240 HP to the wheels. In the hotter S variants, the two models will be getting a 2.5 liter unit, producing a total of 300 HP. The brand new flat four-cylinder unit will be getting a fixed-vane turbocharger but later on, the company will be adding the e-turbo technology.
This will be helping eliminate the turbo lag and it will also boost the power. There will also be GTS versions of the two sports cars and these will gain the same flat four-cylinder turbocharged engine under their hoods, but this will be able to produce a total of 370 HP. In the beefier Boxster Spyder and Cayman GT4, Porsche will get the 3.8 liter flat six-cylinder naturally aspirated engine. Rumor has it that the Cayman will be positioned below the Boxster and this should help increase sales. Additional details on the two vehicles are limited for the moment and will be announced sometimes next year, when they will be officially unveiled.