Porsche will release a series of vintage 911July 23, 2019
The circulation of collectible sports cars will limit 1000 copies
Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, specializing in the deep personalization of the entire Porsche line, will release a collector’s edition of 911, dedicated to different time periods. Each of the four cars of the series will represent one decade – from the 50s to the 80s of the last century.
The limited edition Porsche 911 from Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur will be targeted at collectors and loyal fans of the brand, Automotive News Europe reports. Carefully chosen color schemes, textures, materials and the finest details of the finish, such as the logos corresponding to the period, should create the thrill of driving a vintage sports car. All upholstery options will check for flammability, durability, and safety to prevent the driver from slipping under the seat belt in the event of an accident.
The circulation of the vintage series of the 911s will limit 1000 copies. The first model, representing the 50s, will be shown next year. The sports car will get the Cherry Metallic body color and beige interior. All works by Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur employees will be carried out manually in a workshop on the territory of the brand’s factory in Zuffenhausen. Finishing fine tuning of cars takes from eight to ten hours.
In the future, styling packages developed by the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur may become part of the Heritage Design Package. Now it is available only for the 911 Speedster, but later it will be offered for other versions of the sports car. The Heritage Design Package includes an exclusive GT Silver Metallic color, Speedster gold lettering on the body and a historic company badge, as well as a two-tone trim.
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