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Boxster et 911 Black Edition

Le succès avait été au rendez-vous pour les premières Black Edition, série limitée qui, comme son nom l’indique, …

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Porsche Boxster et 911 Carrera Black Edition : une nouvelle série spéciale

Pour tous les amateurs d’élégance, Porsche a prévu LA série spéciale. Tout de noir vêtues, les Boxster et 911 enfilent ici leur plus belle tenue de soirée. Les Boxster et 911 accueillent une nouvelle série spéciale : la « Black Edition ». Le noir omniprésent de celle-ci viendrait, selon les dires des dirigeants de Porsche eux-mêmes, sublimer l’élégance […]

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2016 Porsche 911 Carrera, Boxster Get Dark With Black Edition Line

2016 Porsche 911 Carrera, Boxster Get Dark With Black Edition Line
The 2016 Porsche 911 and Boxster get the blacked-out treatment.

The 2016 Porsche 911 Carrera and Boxster have turned to the dark side. The German automaker has announced that the two sports cars will soon be available as specially equipped Black Edition models, which have been completely blacked-out for an even more exclusive appearance.

 

Official: Porsche 911 Carrera Black Edition

A new special edition variant of the Porsche 911 Carrera has just been unveiled in the form of the Black Edition. The car incorporates a selection of subtle visual differences to separate it from the regular 911 Carrera. For starters, …

Official: Porsche 911 Carrera Black Edition

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Porsche se moque de nous et relance sa Black Edition

Temps de lecture estimé: 1’30 Lorsque la 911 type 997 fut sur le point de tirer sa révérence, le constructeur sortit de son sac un tour un peu grossier: proposer des 997 Carrera, Boxster et Cayman S tout de noir vêtus en édition limitée. Le but étant évidemment d’écouler les dernières caisses avant l’arrivée de la … Lire la suite Porsche se moque de nous et relance sa Black Edition

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Porsche Boxster/911 Black Edition : noir intégral

Porsche joue la carte de la sobriété et de l’élégance en dévoilant les versions Black Edition pour ses Boxster et 911 Carrera.

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Back in Black: 2016 Porsche 911 Black Edition and Boxster Black Edition Debut in Germany

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It’s that time in the Porsche product cycle again for the company to bring out specially equipped and, dare we say, bargain-priced versions of its 911 and Boxster, called Black Editions. Just like the 911 Carrera Black Edition and the Boxster Black Edition models that Porsche trotted out for 2012, the 2016 Carrera and Boxster Black Editions add some extra niceties for a value-adjusted price. And as the names suggest, both cars come in any color scheme you want so long as it’s, yes, black on black. Or black on black on black in the case of the ragtops.

Available in coupe and convertible forms, with rear- or all-wheel drive, each powered by the base 350-hp 3.4-liter flat-6 engine, the 911 Carrera Black Edition adds dynamic LED headlamps, 20-inch Turbo wheels, and navigation. Front passengers sit on heated sport seats, and should they tire of the sound of the engine, they can activate a Bose surround-sound system. Park assist, a telephone module, auto-dimming mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, cruise control, and a Sport Design steering wheel also come standard.

You may remember that Porsche equipped the 2012 Boxster Black Edition with the gutsier 3.4-liter engine from the Boxster S, rendering it rather close in performance and appearance to the 911 version—hello value!—but this time around, the 2016 Boxster Black Edition is powered by the base Boxster’s 265-hp 2.7-liter flat-6. Its list of extra goodies include dynamic LED headlamps, 20-inch Carrera Classic wheels, heated seats, dual-zone climate control, and an upgraded sound system.

Porsche hasn’t yet announced whether it’s planning to bring the latest Black Edition cars to the U.S., so we don’t know what the U.S. pricing would be, but the previous 911 Black Editions packed in about 10 grand worth of goodies for just $3500 and $2500 for coupe and cabriolet models, respectively, and the Boxster’s extras added a fair bit of feature-related value along with the extra go. We would certainly love to see them—yes, we’ve made calls to Porsche already—because we’re all about choice. Especially when it comes to sweet black sports cars from Stuttgart.

Porsche 911 Black Edition joins the range

Latest special edition packs unique kit and a monochrome paint job

While Porsche is never a company to rest on its laurels, striving hard to perfect its sports car craft with every iteration of the 911, it’s fair to say that actually selling them is a much easier process.

UK sales are already up 10 percent by the end of April compared to last year, and the 911 takes a third of the segment’s sales.

This confidence is apparent in the latest 911 special edition, the Black Edition. One could list the differences between it and a regular Carrera without pausing for breath, and thanks to a coating of black paintwork even the most ardent 911 fans would struggle to tell it at a glance from any other black 911.

Only a set of 20-inch diameter alloy wheels sets it apart, and those are shared with the 911 Turbo. Mechanically, Black Editions are identical to the four base cars – the Carrera, Carrera Cabriolet, Carrera 4 and Carrera 4 Cabriolet.

That means a 3.4-litre flat six with 345bhp at 7400rpm and 288lb ft from 5600rpm. Time changes of the seven-speed manual transmission perfectly and 62mph will arrive 4.8 seconds after setting off in the Carrera, with a 180mph top speed.

The monochrome touch continues inside with a black interior, while standard equipment comprises a Sport Design steering wheel, cruise control, automatic dimming mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, heated seats, a Bose sound system and a reversing camera with front and rear parking sensors. Outside, LED headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus also mark out the car from regular Carreras.

Pricing starts from £75,074. Convertibles add an extra £6778 to that, and Carrera 4 models start at £79,309. All go on sale from today and the price includes a complimentary course at the Porsche Experience Centre at Silverstone.

The 911 Black Edition’s launch also coincides with a Black Edition version of the Boxster. This too features a moody paint scheme, LED headlights and a mechanical spec identical to the regular Boxster 2.7. Pricing begins at £46,164.

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Antony Ingram

18 May 2015

Porsche : Boxster et 911 Black Edition

Porsche : Boxster et 911 Black Edition

Black Edition, un nom presque commun et couramment mis en avant par les constructeurs, notamment par celui de Zuffenhausen qui lance sur le marché en ce milieu de printemps les Boxster et 911 (Coupé et Cabriolet) Black Edition qui sont synonymes de livrée noire et de meilleure dotation en équipements de série.Le Boxster est proposé avec […]

Actualité : Porsche Boxster et 911 Carrera Black Edition

Porsche fait dans la sobriété avec l’introduction à son catalogue d’une série spéciale « Black Edition » comprenant de nombreux équipements et une…

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