The new 718 T – concentrated driving dynamics
Porsche launches a second new model at the Geneva Show, the 718 T. The new touring variant of the Boxster and the Cayman combines the 220 kW (300 PS; 718 Cayman T: Combined fuel consumption: 8.1-7.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 186-180 g/km; 718 Boxster T: Combined fuel consumption: 8.2-7.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 187-181 g/km) powerful four-cylinder turbo boxer engine with highly sophisticated dynamic components such as the Sport Chrono package and PASM sports suspension that includes a 20-millimetre-lowered body. The car also comes equipped with PADM adaptive body positioning and Porsche Torque Vectoring with mechanical rear differential lock as standard – features which are being made available with the 2-litre boxer engine for the first time.
In combination, they pack the high-performance character of the two-seater sports car into an especially exciting Porsche experience: the 718 T will be most at home on winding country roads, offering the sheer joy of driving as its ultimate goal. Equipped with the essentials, this puristic driving machine is the heir to the 911 T from 1968 and the 911 Carrera Clubsport from 1987.
718 Cayman T: Combined fuel consumption: 8.1-7.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 186-180 g/km
718 Boxster T: Combined fuel consumption: 8.2-7.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions: 187-181 g/km