2023 Porsche Cayman and Boxster Style Edition details

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Porsche Rubystone Red paint revived in new Ruby Star Neo available on 718 Cayman and Boxster Style Edition.

The Porsche 718 Cayman and 718 Boxster have gained a special edition with enhanced equipment and the option of a new, unique paint colour.

On sale now in Australia, the Style Edition comes with a choice of two contrasting colour packages of black and white to complement the main bodywork colour. Prices start from $125,800 for the Cayman Style Edition and $128,600 for the Boxster version.

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The colour contrast package features decorative racing stripes on the bonnet and side, as well as a set of 20-inch coloured wheels.

The 718’s model designation at the rear of the car is also coloured black or white, depending on which package the driver chooses.

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The majority of exterior paint colours that Porsche offers are available on the Style Edition including the new eye-catching Ruby Star Neo.

Porsche says the colour harks back to the 964-generation Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.6 from the 1990s, which was for a time available with a similarly bright colour: Rubystone Red.

Style Edition models also gain a leather package, with black leather upholstery and contrasting, chalk-coloured stitching. The door sill panels, meanwhile, are finished in stainless steel.

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Other standard equipment includes bi-xenon headlights, Apple CarPlay, cruise control and parking assistance with a rear-view camera.

A heated steering wheel is also included, as is Porsche’s Power Steering Plus system, heated seats and dual-zone climate control.

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Under the skin, both 718 Style Edition models are powered by the same turbocharged 2.0-litre boxer engine as the standard model, but with a six-speed manual transmission as standard.

With an output of 220kW and 380Nm, it can sprint from 0-100km/h in 5.1sec.

Australian deliveries are expected to commence from the second half of 2023 and models can be ordered now.

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