Nigeria’s biggest reggae artist has really taken his car game to the next level, from a humble beginning he has grown to become a household and a brand in his own right. Suddenly from the blues I just heard his hit track with Tiwa Savage from my co corper’s phone, then on tv and all the radio stations he was just being talked about everywhere.
I am so interested in his story because he is truly an inspiration to most of us that feels that we should give up in life the going gets tough, because from selling rat poison on the streets to driving some of the fanciest automobiles in the world is truly a testimony that only God can give.
Patoranking’s car game caught my attention when a few months after hearing some of his hits he posted a picture of a 2014 range rover and Honda in front of his newly acquired house then it looks like he took a break only to come back this year with a newly acquired Porsche Boxter and a G63 AMGtwo expensive whips with the least costing nothing less than (N 20,000,000) if bought brand new the Porsche is what I am going to review today.
The Boxster continues to define sports-car excellence, more powerful, torque-rich and faster. Despite these changes, the mid-engine roadster certainly hasn’t lost its dynamic perfection, which is nearly without equal.
A smaller steering wheel, some reshaped air vents, new leather colors and treatments and a new infotainment system are the sum total of the changes to report here.In the main, Porsche has left well enough alone in the cabin, and it can’t be faulted for that, because the car’s interior is comfortable, pleasant and well constructed and, now, can be well provided for gadget connectivity and multimedia systems.
The Boxter comes with a turbo four-cylinders engine (the base is a 300-hp 2.0-liter; the S gets a 350-hp 2.5-liter), a speed of 4.4 seconds to hit 60 mph, 10.6 to achieve 100 mph, and 13.0 seconds to cover the quarter-mile at 109 mph with a base price of
57,050 United State Dollar
20,000,000 Nigeria Naira
818,470.68 South African Rand
257,866.00 Ghanaian Cedi