Porsche Boxster turned into a station wagonMarch 18, 2020
The Dutch tuning company Van Thull Development has completed work on the appearance of a shootout based on the first generation Porsche Boxster. Thanks to the composite panels, the 2-door was enlarged and the rear part of the body was then painted in Miami Blue.
The basis of the versatile coupe was the Porsche Boxster 986 series, while there are elements taken from other models.
Thus, the front of the body along with the headlights was borrowed from the 911 GT3 (997), the side windows from 911 (996), and the bumper and lights from the 911 seventh generation. The roof was lengthened due to carbon fiber inserts; rear window, presumably from Peugeot.
After finishing work on the exterior, the tuners will work on the interior, including the trunk. Since the motor is actually located in it, the experts have a difficult task: to maintain the usable volume at such a level that it can accommodate at least 2 travel bags, and at the same time isolate the engine compartment.
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