Low, smooth lines rise from the nose over the flared fenders to a tight midsection, expanding again at the rear fenders before smoothly transitioning to the rear bumper. It's not a dramatically styled car, but still catches lines despite seeing over a half-decade since it was penned. Add in the Boxster Spyder and Boxster S Black Edition and you have more aggressive, track-inspired and minimalist attitude in the same handsome package.
Inside, the Boxster is a bit less appealing, with basic shapes and somewhat dubious ergonomics. It's not all bad news, despite the cheap cup holders and proliferation of small buttons, as the surfaces can all be coated in high-grade leather and aluminum trim. The large tachometer sits front and center before the driver, and gives life to the Boxster's sporting mission.