In addition to the all-new
GTS trim, the 2015 model year brings a handful of equipment updates. Individually, each is fairly minor, but taken together, it makes for a substantially upgraded package—at least on some variants.
New individual options available for 2015 include ParkAssist with front and rear reversing camera; PDLS+ high-beam assistant when Bi-Xenon headlamps are selected; 20-inch 911 Turbo wheels are available; a new optimized sport system exhaust; leather interior models get leather door handles with Galvano Silver trim; Caymans get all-black-only Alcantara headliner that extends to the A-pillars; and the light design package is now available without the leather package or leather interior.
A wind deflector is now standard on all Boxsters, and Caymans no longer get footwell lighting or a rear luggage net standard. A power window button surround on the passenger’s side is now all black on all models and equipment packages, as is the rear loudspeaker cover for Boxsters.
A new Basalt Black metallic paint replaces Jet Black metallic, while Carrera White metallic is now available. Cognac metallic and Amaranth Red metallic are no longer offered. Inside, two-tone Black and Garnet Red leather is available.
But the real news for 2015 is, of course, the arrival of the GTS models. Packing an upgraded version of the 3.4-liter flat-six engine found in the Boxster S and Cayman S, the GTS models gain 15 horsepower and 7 pound-feet of torque. The six-speed manual transmission is standard equipment, but both Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS can opt for the PDK dual-clutch seven-speed. With the PDK, the Boxster jets to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, while the Cayman does the deed in 4.3.
You can find the full details on the 2015 Boxster and Cayman GTS here