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Porsche has prepared a new on-board system that can be installed in older models

Installing on-board systems with modern features is a frequent opportunity to buy aftermarket kits, but they often don’t match the materials and all of the car’s accessories. So Porsche offers its own solution.

The full name of Porsche Classic Communication Management Plus is compatible with the sixth generation 911, i.e. the 997 sold during the 2005 to 2008 model years, the 987 generation Boxster and Cayman sold from 2005 to 2008 and the first generation Cayenne from 2003 to 2008.

Porsche also designed a device designed for different regions for the first time. The new system replaces the original hardware and fits like a glove, requiring no modifications.

The infotainment system is designed to match the button layout on the center console and looks like it came straight from the factory. It blends seamlessly into the surroundings and works with the original speakers, amplifier and antenna. In addition, the navigation screen will continue to operate on the instrument cluster.

The system uses a 7-inch screen with DAB+ for digital radio stations in Europe, while the North American version supports SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Both 2D and 3D POI maps are available, and Porsche plans to offer map updates in the future. There is also a USB port, Bluetooth connectivity, and an onboard computer that displays relevant driving data.

Depending on the car’s trim level, owners can save their personal car settings, but only on Boxster, Cayman and 911. There is a memory function for climate control, lights, windshield wipers and locking. In Germany, the new product costs 1,520 euros (36,412 crowns).

Modern infotainment in a vintage car? Porsche introduces new systems for older models


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