The Boxster has Porsche's typically exhaustive options list, but every roadster also comes with all the expected features--unless you're expecting them not to be there.
The Boxster and Boxster S have standard air conditioning, CD player, leather-trimmed seats, and alloy wheels, as well as power windows, locks and mirrors. A power-folding convertible top, keyless entry, and a manual transmission are standard as well. Newly standard for the 2011 model year are Bluetooth and a universal audio interface for music players, like the Apple iPod, that lets the car's audio system controls the player's functions.
The Spyder edition--stripped down to save weight and boost its chances on the track--doesn't have daytime running lights, fog lamps, or the A/C or stereo, and it comes with a manual canopy roof instead of the power-operated one standard on other models.
Options run a huge gamut, from the PDK dual-clutch gearbox, to bigger wheels and tires, to sport seats, to a wind deflector and ventilated seats, to a set of packages that bundle gear into easy-order groups. There's a Design package with 19-inch wheels, blacked-out exhaust tips, and black trim on the mirrors, vents, and interior trim; there's an Infotainment package with Porsche's navigation system, too. Sport Chrono is an option on PDK cars, and Porsche specializes in the custom color selections of your dreams.