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Full Leather Interior Option?


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Can someone tell me what interior parts are leather in a standard Boxster S without the "leather interior package" and what is included in this option package?


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On a 987S the standard leather package is just leather seating surfaces and shift knob/boot.

When full leather is selected (about an additional $2,000) you get the above and a leather dash, door panels, leather arched area by the instruments, and leather by the side panels of the radio area.

I have full leather, and love the look, feel ,and smell. Worth it IMHO.

There are a ton of additional items you can have leather covered; including items like the center console, air vent slots, visors, fuse box cover, door closures. The list is endle$$ and can become very expensive.

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Hi Depends on your option codes. But I have a very simple interior with leather sport adaptive seats. The door handle, pockets and shifter boot are leather (as of course the seats) But I think everything else is synthetic. Look at my registry pix and I have a good shot of interior.

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You can tell if you have full leather by just looking at the two vertical panels that surround the radio and HVAC controls. If they have stiching then you have full leather.

Well, not exactly. I have seen people add just those parts, aftermarket through Porsche. But, a pretty safe assumption.

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Turns out I have standard leather, but I have stitching on the door handles, door compartment covers, E brake handle..in addition to the leather seats and shift boot.

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