Porsche started to hype the 911 Black Edition, but is already getting into the public its new rival Boxster S Black Edition. Unlike the 911 series this leaves a dark impression with its all-black body. The top of the vehicle has the badge signing Black Edition. The upholstery is available in two materials: cloth with leather accents or the cowhide. The dashboard trim and the central console also have a black finish. The badge on the glove box informs you that this vehicle is produced in the limited run of 987 models. FYI, the 911 Black Edition, will be produced in the run of 1911 vehicles.
As a limited edition model the Black Edition packs a lot of equipment and accessories, at the cost of $66,150 the car has a navigation, a premium Bose sound system, xenon headlights, and a few other odds and ends. The Black Boxster comes equipped with the most powerful 3.4-liter V6 in the Boxster line producing 320 hp at 7200 rpm. The engine is coupled with a six-speed manual transmission and has an optional PDK seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. As any other Boxster the Black Edition can be fitted with an adaptive suspension and Porsche's carbon-ceramic brakes. The high level of equipment and the great appeal of the Boxster Black Edition represents a decent value, and its hard to put a price on that sinister look.