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On the heels of its 2015 debut, Porsche is already considering a GT4 version of its much anticipated Boxster Spyder. Driving experience is the Spyder’s main focus, and options like air conditioning and radio are not standard. Just a few weeks ago, Porsche announced it would be building a Cayman GT4—a track capable version of the current Cayman—and is now looking to do the same for the upcoming Boxster Spyder. According to Autoblog, much of the development has already been done thanks to its sibling the Cayman GT4. A 3.8-liter engine accompanied by aerodynamic, brake and chassis upgrades will make this an enticing open-top choice for performance enthusiasts all over.