Porsche’s 2024 718 Cayman and 718 Boxster lineups have been priced, and they are all significantly more costly than their 2018 counterparts.

The Cayman T and Boxster T are no longer available in the 718 customization, suggesting that Porsche has made some changes to the lineup.

The new “Style Version” trims the Cayman and Boxster to 300 horsepower but upgrades the exterior.

New for 2024, all Porsche 718 models are significantly more costly than their predecessors across the board. From the entry-level 718 Cayman to the top-of-the-line Boxster GTS 4.0, prices have risen by an average of $5100. In contrast, the top-of-the-line Cayman GT4 RS adds $13,100 for the new year, bringing the grand total to $163,650.


The base price of a Cayman is now $69,950, while the base price of a S is $81,950 and the base price of a GTS 4.0 is $96,850. If you upgrade to the next-highest Boxster standard, you can expect to pay an additional $2100. While Porsche has yet to update their configurator with pricing for the new 718 Style Edition models, we can assume they will fall in the range of the 718 T, which sits between the basic model and the S.

Avoiding the T

In reference to the T, it appears that Porsche has discontinued this option in favour of the new Style Edition. Porsche has always offered a wide variety of customization choices, so you can make your car truly unique. The Style Edition is like a secret code that unlocks a curated collection of visual enhancements, and the whole thing is neatly packaged.

The Boxster Spyder’s black 20-inch wheels, with coloured centre crests and black performance tailpipes, are added to the standard Style Edition. In addition to the standard features, this package includes a heated steering wheel, floor mats with Chalk-colored stitching, Porsche crests engraved on the headrests, and illuminated side sills. Hood stripes and side graphics in black or white to complement your choice of black or white rims are available for an additional cost.

There are three different powerful motor options for the 718. The base model is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four that generates 300 horsepower. The S trim features an upgraded 350-horsepower turbocharged 2.5-liter flat-four engine. The GTS 4.0 has 394 more horsepower and six additional cylinders.

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