Where does the Porsche Boxster get its name from?

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Jerry Tomlin
Jerry TomlinFinance and Insurance Freelancer

Posted on Feb 24, 2023

The Porsche Boxster gets its name from the combination of two words - "boxer" and "roadster". "Boxer" comes from the engine type used in the car, while "roadster" refers to the car's open-top design.

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