Porsche Australia updates MY16 price list

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Porsche 911 Black Edition

Porsche Cars Australia has announced an updated increased price list for its MY16 models. That change also brings the 911 Black Edition (pictured) and Boxster Black Edition to the local market. Deliveries for the Black Editions commence in September.

The Black Edition models bring extra standard equipment and are available in any colour as long as you like black.

The 911 includes an extra $25,000 of standard options such as a full leather interior, 20″ Turbo alloys, LED headlights with PDLS+, front and rear park assist, a Porsche crest embossed on the seats and Black Edition decals on the door sills.

Meanwhile the Boxster gains $15,000 of freebies, including 20″ Carrera Classic alloys, Bi-Xenon headlights with PDLS, a black rollover bar, auto dimming mirrors, upgraded steering wheel, a Porsche crest embossed on the seats and Black Edition decals on the door sills.

Manufacturer’s List Pricing for the Black Edition models starts at $110,800 for the Boxster. The 911 Black Edition is available in both coupé and cabriolet body styles in either Carrera 2 or Carrera 4 specification. Pricing starts at $209,500 for the 911 Carrera 2 Coupe, and goes up to $240,000 for the Carrera 4 Cabriolet.

All models across the line up also gain extra equipment as standard in MY16 spec, which can be viewed below along with full pricing details for the entire Porsche Australia model range.

Porsche in the 2016 Model Year

New Black Edition 911 and Boxster models

Australia. Porsche Cars Australia (PCA) heads into the 2016 Model Year with two new sports car variants in the 911 Black Edition and Boxster Black Edition.

The new Black Editions bring additional standard specification over the base cars in the respective ranges and, as the names suggest, are available exclusively with black exterior.

The Black Editions are a perfect complement to the very successful 911 and Boxster GTS models introduced in the 2015 Model Year.

The new Boxster Black Edition is priced from $110,800 and has $15,000 of additional standard specification over the Boxster, including: 20-inch Carrera Classic alloy wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), black painted rollover bar, auto-dimming rear view and side mirrors, sport design steering wheel, embossed Porsche crest on the seat head rests and door guards with ‘Black Edition’ logo.

Porsche’s 911 Black Edition is available in two body styles – Coupe and Cabriolet; as well as two drivetrains – rear-drive C2 and all-wheel drive C4. Prices range from $209,500 for the 911 C2 Coupe Black Edition to $240,000 for the 911 C4 Cabriolet Black Edition.

All 911 Black Editions have an additional $25,000 of additional standard specification over the Carrera models, including: full-leather interior, 20-inch 911 Turbo alloy wheels, LED head lights including Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS+), Park Assist front and rear including reversing camera, embossed Porsche crest on the front seat head rests and door guards with ‘Black Edition’ logo.

The new 911 Black Edition and Boxster Black Edition are on sale now across all Official Porsche Centres, with first deliveries expected in September.

PCA is also using the transition into the 2016 Model Year to enhance standard specification on further selected Porsches, as follows:

Boxster, Boxster S:
Multi-function steering wheel
14-way electric sports seats
Front Park Assist (also on Boxster GTS)

Cayman, Cayman S:
Multi-function steering wheel
Heated front seats (also on Cayman GTS)
Front Park Assist (also on Cayman GTS)

Panamera S, 4S, GTS, S E-Hybrid:
LED head lights including Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS+)
Digital Radio (DAB+)

Panamera Turbo, Turbo S:
Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS+)
Digital Radio (DAB+)

Macan S, Macan S Diesel:
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

The appeal of the 911 Black Edition and Boxster Black Edition will ensure Porsche’s traditional two-door sports cars continue their strong sales success.

Last year 366 retails of the 911 were recorded – the sports car icon’s best sales year since 2007; while 211 versions of the Boxster were sold – the roadster’s second best sales number also since 2007.

Porsche Cars Australia MY16 pricing

Porsche Australia MY16 pricing

Porsche Australia MY16 pricing