Yep. One’s not enough.

Fresh off of presenting their Konzept GP-970 program for the Porsche Panamera, German tuning company No-Limit-Custom has come out with sketches of their latest tuning project.

This time, the German tuner most known for being one of the best custom motorcycle companies in the world, is working on a new bodykit for the 2013 Porsche Boxster.

Details behind this program have yet to be revealed, but from the looks of things, we’re expecting nothing less than eye-popping modifications. If they can raise the bar pretty high with the Konzept GP-970, we’re expecting something akin to what they just gave us.

From the looks of things, the Boxster will carry a comprehensive aerodynamic body kit that includes a new - and aggressive - front bumper, a refitted front hood with large air inlets, an integrated spoiler in the rear, new air vents, a larger diffuser, and a new set of wheels.

The program is expected to be released in October, which means that we have a few months of imaginative speculation ahead of us. Let your creative thoughts run, people!


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  (507) posted on 08.13.2012

The Boxster Program is worth waiting for that Konzept GP-970, but the new set of wheels, front bumper and aesthetic design. The October will be the month when the program is on its release.

  (596) posted on 08.13.2012

The Boxster program won’t be suitable in the new Konzept GP-970.

  (159) posted on 08.9.2012

If they are3 going to create another model that has a Boxster program, what is the essence of having this Boxster program?

  (648) posted on 08.5.2012

It’s good to know that they planned the GP-970 with the Boxster program. I can’t hide my excitement about this.

  (594) posted on 08.3.2012

Are they sure that they can make this concept showcasing the Boxster program? For me, the exterior detail is impressive, and I like it, but I have my worries on the performance of this car.

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