This is the first picture of the new Porsche Boxster's interior – and as you can see the entry-level roadster is following the Panamera and latest 911 upmarket with a dramatic new cabin.
It features an extended transmission tunnel with a bank of switches located behind the gearlever, which control the electric folding roof and other features such as the PASM active dampers. On top of the facia is a new analogue clock with is set between a pair of air vents.
A new, larger colour screen showing satnav info also features as does a step-up in quality throughout with softer leathers and higher grade metals and plastics. As you can see this Boxster gets a PDK twin-clutch gearbox and like the latest 911, most Boxsters are expected to be ordered with the new automatic transmission.
Under the skin is a new platform from the latest 911, with power set to come from a new 270bhp flat-four cylinder engine for entry-level cars with a more powerful 3.4-litre flat-six cylinder engine carried over, complete with start-stop.
You can see completely undisguised pictures of the new Boxster here, but while the new 911 Cabriolet will be the star of Porsche's Detroit Motor Show stand in January, we'll have to wait until the Geneva Motor Show in March for the Boxster's unveil.