The sun was out that day, so naturally the soft top was down. The prototype did not appear to have any camouflage whatsoever, hence why we believe an official reveal is right around the corner. It goes without saying that most of the styling changes have occurred at the back where the 718 Boxster has a reworked rear deck in the same vein as the Spyders before it. As a side note, this is not the only special droptop model Porsche is working on considering the 911 will be getting the retro-flavoured Speedster treatment very soon following last week’s reveal of a concept celebrating the 70 years since the first 356 was certified for road use.
Porsche has been putting the finishing touches on the 718 Boxster Spyder for quite some time and we’re hoping we won’t have to wait much longer to see the final product. The good news is spy photographers seem to have a soft spot for the hardcore droptop as we have received yet another batch of images with a work-in-progress car.