Porsche Announces Anniversary Edition for 911 Turbo S Sports CoupeMay 22, 2020
The German brand decided to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its 911 sports coupe in the more powerful Turbo S. The novelty received the designation 911 50th Anniversary Edition.
The department of the German brand called Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, which is engaged in the creation of company models exclusively to order, introduced the previous generation, which uses some of the touches of the anniversary version of the 911 50th Anniversary Edition of the 2013 model. Why such a performance of the model is based on the old version of the model, when the new one will appear at dealers this year, remains a mystery, but the retro style is still impressive.
The new 5-spoke wheel design is perhaps one of the most noticeable changes. They have five spokes.
The original 911 50th Anniversary Edition was available in two exclusive colors: Geyser Gray Metallic and Graphite Gray.
The Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur Facebook post does not mention the specific shade of the current car. It looks like graphite gray, but it looks a bit darker.
As soon as a person opens the door and sits in the interior of the car, he gets acquainted with a real retro design. The central part of the seats has a crow’s-eye pattern, which gives the interior a retro look. The 911 50th Anniversary Edition coupe has green numbers on the dials, but these photos do not give us a good enough look at the dashboard.
With this anniversary version, Porsche decided to celebrate the release of the 911 model in 1963. The company used the Carrera S trim as a starting point for modernizing the design of the current car. Nothing is known about the price of the new product, however, the previous anniversary version of the 2013 model was offered for $ 125,000.
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