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Hi guys,this may be a stupid question but going to ask anyway.this model as you know doesn't come with cup holders.i was thinking of buying some generic ones from Walmart ,but as I look around the cockpit, I have not found a good location to gang them.anybody out there have any ideas?thanks.

 

 

 

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Not at all a stupid question.

I drove my Boxster for years, before I found a cupholder that worked for me.

 

This does the job on my Boxster - especially on those 5hrs ++ drives.

http://www.autozone.com/interior-organization-and-cargo-management/cup-holder-and-mugs/bell-wedge-cup-holder/363863_0_0/?counter=9

My buddy has the same one in his 911.

 

Cheers!

 

 

 

 

Edited by Vish_ster

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It may be surprising, but the genuine Porsche kit to install two cup holders in the top of your center dash stack sells for less than $100.  I think it even comes with instructions for moving the hvac controller to the bottom position.  The latter may require a new, also very inexpensive, plastic frame piece.

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