Porsche 718 Summary
|Max Power||295 bhp @ 6500 rpm|
Porsche 718 Price List in India
Porsche 718 price start at ₹ 85.95 Lakh. Check out the entire Porsche 718 variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Porsche 718 new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date 718 four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Porsche 718 Variants Price
|718 Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1988 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 9 kmpl||₹ 85.95 Lakh|
|1988 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 7.4 kmpl||₹ 89.95 Lakh|
Porsche 718 Colours
- Guards Red
- Racing Yellow
- Carrara White Metallic
- Jet Black Metallic
- Night Blue Metallic
- Agate Grey Metallic
- GT Silver Metallic
- Carmine Red
- Lava Orange
- Miami Blue
Porsche 718 Highlights
Where the 718 Boxster is a drop-top convertible, the 718 Cayman is a traditional sports car. Regardless, both the cars use the ‘718’ prefix, which harks back to the 718 race car from 1957. The ‘718’ prefix was first received when the Boxster was first globally introduced in 2016, and the Cayman received a mid-cycle facelift.
Apart from that, both the iterations of the 718 has been on sale in the Indian market – in the current spec you see above – since early 2017. Where the Cayman is a bit more affordable, the Boxster demands slightly more than the Porsche 718 price for the Cayman.
Of both, it is, of course, the Boxster that looks more attractive and certainly more desirable than the Cayman. Both the 718s, however, follow the typical Porsche styling route. Upfront, you get Porsche’s signature bi-xenon headlamps with four-point LED DRLs. Both the cars sit low to the ground. The talking point at the rear of the Porsche 718 new model is the revamped LED taillamps with their own four-point brake lights, which is certainly the biggest giveaway of the new model.
The Porsche 718 variants are as follows: Cayman and Boxster. As for the standard features, you get two-zone climate control, Electric window lifts with one-touch operation and door-seal protection, Porsche Communication Management (PCM) incl. mobile phone preparation and audio interface, Cruise control, Park Assist (front and rear), Instrument cluster with central rev counter and high-resolution 11.68cm (4.6) colour display, Alcantara / leatherette seats, and much more.
You can also spec up the 718 with additional accessories. This will, however, increase the Porsche 718 on-road price by a substantial margin.
In typical Porsche fashion, the 718, too, gets a high-quality interior with unmatched level of materials and soft-touch finish everywhere. The three-spoke steering wheel is borrowed from the 911, which, says a lot about the car’s sporty prowess. You sit facing a triple gauge instrument cluster, which constitutes an analogue speedometer and tachometer along with a small digital gauge as standard.
The infotainment unit sits in the middle of the dashboard, followed by the HVAC controls. The standard Alcantara seats are nice and comfy, of which only the driver’s perch is electronically adjustable as standard.
Engine Specifications & Performance
Under the hood of the 718 lies a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, which is good for 295bhp and 380Nm of torque. It comes mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox as standard. Moreover, this engine follows a rear-wheel-drive layout as standard on both the Boxster and the Cayman.