According to spy photos, the Porsche Boxster EV’s interior has been revealed for the first time. The electric convertible features a pair of large screens facing the driver, with the instrument cluster displaying interesting figures and details. The car’s state of charge is indicated as 53%, with an estimated range of 125 kilometers (approximately 78 miles). However, it is important to note that these numbers are based on a prototype vehicle and may not accurately reflect the final production model’s range.
One notable feature on the screen is a battery temperature readout, along with what appears to be a driver-assist system light. The presence of hands around the steering wheel suggests that the Boxster EV may come with an optional driver assist system for hands-free highway driving. A glossy black panel attached to the steering wheel column further supports this theory, as it resembles a typical driver monitoring system. This technology is expected to be shared across Porsche models, including the upcoming Macan EV.
Moving beyond the instrument cluster, the Boxster EV’s interior layout closely resembles standard Porsche designs. The steering wheel features scroll wheels on either side and a knob for drive mode selection. Porsche’s signature toggle switches are present, along with touch-haptic and analog controls for the climate settings. Additionally, the center console features both heated and ventilated seats.
The shifter design is similar to that of the current 911, with a large “P” for Park located next to it. Analog buttons control the convertible top, providing a familiar and user-friendly interface.
In addition to the interior shots, spy photos captured the Boxster EV undergoing testing on the Nürburgring racetrack. More details are expected to be revealed as Porsche continues the development of its electric lineup.
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