A Porsche is already one of the most stylish cars on the road. So, when this specific brand comes up with something called the “Style Edition,” it has to be a real treat for the eyes! The new 2024 Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman is a treat for the eyes and more. Under the Style Edition Package, these two attractive cars will hit the U.S. market for the 2024 model year.
The Special Look
The new Porsche Style Edition Package packs a visual punch by jazzing up the looks of the 300-hp base models of the 718 Boxster and Cayman. It offers color-coordinated exterior accents and a few extra interior touches. The specially selected visual upgrading elements tie everything together nicely in style. Surely, the highlight of the package design is the new eye-catching exterior shade like the vibrant Ruby Star Neo on the Boxster. Though the variety of customizing options from Porsche has already offered customers all sorts of ways to change the look of their cars, these specific styling package versions are undoubtedly a useful shortcut.
The Special Features
Available for the base Cayman and Boxster, the standard Style Edition version from Porsche features 20-inch wheels in black from the Boxster Spyder with striking colored center crests. Black sports tailpipes are a nice touch there. Inside there are floor mats with Chalk stitching and a heated leather-covered steering wheel. The crests of Porsche are embossed on the car’s headrests, along with the illuminated side sills. With some extra dollars, customers can also add hood stripes in black or white and side graphics of choice matching the black or white wheels. Porsche has yet to announce U.S. pricing for this Style Edition package. But it is predicted that these new models will cost a few thousand dollars extra on top of their base prices, which are $66,950 for the Boxster and $64,850 for the Cayman.
Car reality shows have often been a hit with gearheads around the world, and in 2018, ‘Rust Valley Restorers’ burst onto the scene. The show follows Mike Hall and Avery Shoaf as they enjoy the trials and tribulations of the restoration industry. We’ve seen them on our screens, but here are some little-known facts about the cast of ‘Rust Valley Restorers.’
Mike Doesn’t Run The Business
Although he bankrolls the business, Mike Hall actually leaves running it to his son, Connor. While Mike has shown that looking after money isn’t his strong suit, his son does handle the business well.
Avery And Mike Butt Heads Often
Fans of the show will know that Avery and Mike fall out a lot, but they always make up in the end. That’s not just for show, the pair really do have many disagreements. One thing they regularly disagree on is technology. Mike prefers to keep things as authentic as possible, while Avery is all in favor of using new technology to help their restorations go better.
Mike Does Know How To Make Money
While he might have a soft spot for buying cars, Mike isn’t completely clueless when it comes to money. In fact, the ‘Rust Valley Restorers’ star has been known to charge people for taking their pictures next to some of his restorations. It seems if there’s a quick buck involved, Mike isn’t one to say no.
Mike Still Wants To Sell
Rust Bros Restorations went viral when Mike tried to sell up. It spawned ‘Rust Valley Restorers’ and made Mike a household name, but he still insists he wants to sell his land. Over 400 cars are sitting around on Mike’s land, and he maintains his ambition to sell up sooner rather than later.
While ‘Rust Valley Restorers’ is reality TV, this just goes to show there is more going on behind the scenes than you might think.