• Porsche adds a new appearance package to the 718 Boxster and Cayman called the Style Edition.
  • It adds color-coordinated exterior elements and a few additional interior elements.
  • We don’t have a final price for the package, but it will be available to US customers starting in 2023.

Porsche’s long list of individual options offer a variety of ways to customize the look of your car, but some styling packages, such as the new Style Edition versions 2023 718 Boxster and Cayman similar to a shortcut. With a specially curated set of visual upgrades, these packages tie things together nicely, especially when paired with an eye-catching new exterior color such as the Ruby Star Neo paint seen here on the Boxster.

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The standard Style Edition features black 20-inch wheels from the Boxster Spyder with colored center badges and black sports tailpipes. Inside, it adds a heated leather steering wheel, chalk-stitched floor mats, Porsche crests embossed on the headrests, and illuminated side sills. If you pay a little more, you can also add black or white hood stripes and side graphics to match the black or white wheels.

Porsche has yet to reveal U.S. pricing for these packages, but we’re guessing they’ll cost a few thousand dollars extra on top of the base prices of $64,850 for the Cayman and $66,950 for the Boxster. They will be available on the base Boxster and Cayman, which come with a 300-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual or seven-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic transmission. They will be available for order sometime in early 2023 and will arrive in US dealerships later this year.

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