Over 10 years ago Porsche debuted a smaller convertible, dubbed the Boxster. It was to be a nimble, lightweight, mid-engined convertible slotted under the 911 in the lineup. Customers greeted it with open arms, some saying its mid-engined layout helped its balance and handling. In just a few short years the vehicle outsold the 911, which was Porsche’s only other vehicle at the time.
This summer marks a special occasion: the arrival of a completely redesigned version of the Boxster. Unfortunately the top-down exhilaration of a launch party fell within a 37 day heat wave that continues to break records.
So how did we manage to beat the heat and celebrate this amazing new car? By throwing a summer party of course!
Less formal than our 911 launch last fall, the Boxster party was a casual affair, with light cocktails, gelato from our friends at Paciugo, and a street-style Mexican taco truck! Guests mingled, chatted about Porsche vehicles, and got the latest information from representatives of the Porsche Club of North America.
Photos of the event can be viewed from our partners at 435 South by going here.
Then, it was time for the unveiling. As the drapes were removed Dan Shearman, our Porsche sales manager, did the honors of presenting the car, along with Porsche sales consultants Mike Diaz, Rich Randazzo, and Ed Noblett.
We’re glad to finally show off the car, and welcome any of our customers to come and drive this amazing vehicle. We will make sure that throughout the summer we will always have one on hand, so please come up and take a few minutes to drive this new generation of the classic convertible.
Aristocrat Porsche is part of Aristocrat Motors, the premiere luxury automobile dealership in Kansas City, specializing in Porsche, Maserati, Mercedes-Benz, smart, Land Rover, and Jaguar vehicles. Visit us on the web at www.AristocratMotors.com , on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/AristocratMotors , or on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/AristocratKC .
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