The 2012 Porsche Boxster S was caught in broad daylight by spy photographers. The vehicle had its camouflage removed, so now we can see the body lines of the new convertible. Now, the side of the vehicle wears a side strake and sizable air inlet positioned just forward of a set of equally bold arches, and the openings are filled with massive, multi-spoke rollers. A new lip spoiler was integrated toward the rear of the vehicle, and it stretches across the entire car rump, bisecting the tail lamps.
This may be thrilling, but spies also think that the Boxster S may have a next-generation 2.5-liter flat four-cylinder. If this is true, than the model could have an output of 360 HP because of the forced induction. Rumors say that the Boxster S will be introduced on the show circuit in the following months.