Which brings us to the Boxster RS 60 Spyder, and why you might want one. All 1,960 of them are painted GT Silver Metallic, very close to the color of the 1960 car, and you can get either a dark gray or a red top. We suggest red, as it matches the Carrera Red leather interior so well.
The Boxster RS 60’s front end incorporates the Porsche SportDesign package. There’s also a black frame for the windshield, the taillights have red lenses and the car wears 19-inch SportDesign wheels.
Mechanically, the car is pretty much a Boxster S, only with this version of the 3.4-liter six-cylinder it makes 303 horsepower instead of 295 hp. Porsche’s active suspension system (PASM) is part of the package as well.
Porsche bills the Boxster RS 60 as the only Boxster with more than 300 hp, which is certainly true, but our butts are insufficiently calibrated to tell much difference. Porsche claims a 0-60-mph time of 5.1 seconds for the Boxster S with the six-speed manual transmission, and that was exactly our best time (using a handheld watch) with the RS 60. We did not test top speed, which Porsche claims will exceed 170 mph, a tick faster than the Boxster S’s 169 mph.
The interior of the 2008 Porsche Boxster RS 60 Spyder is certainly a fine place to be. There are a few nice details that really add some life to the second-generation car’s interior, like the stainless-steel kickplates for the door sills, a snappy knob for the shift lever and a slightly different instrument binnacle.
Source: Inside Line