Porsche has launched a special new version of the 991 911 Coupe - limited to just 13 units!
Porsche has launched a special new version of the 991 911 Coupe - limited to just 13 units! The 911 Club Coupe has been released to celebrate 60 years of Porsche Car Clubs worldwide.
The new 911 Club Coupe will actually be sold to just 12 owners, one for each key car club region in the world. The 13th car will be housed in the Porsche museum next to its HQ in Germany.
The car is finished in a special green metallic called Brewster Green. This is a famous colour from Porsche's history, featuring on many of its classic models such as the original 1970s 911 Turbo.
The 911 Club Coupe has a number of detail features outside, including 20-inch alloy wheels part-painted in Brewster Green, and a highly polished aluminium detail pack for the side windows and other features.
At the rear, the 911 Club Coupe has a revised engine cover with a titanium-coloured carbon fibre insert. It also has unique tail pipes for the sports exhaust system.
The most evocative feature of the 911 Club Coupe is the ducktail-style rear wing, sourced from the Porsche Classic styling range. A front spoiler complements this, and the 911 Club Coupe also gets a 20mm lower ride height.
The 911 Club Coupe boasts a 3.8-litre engine that, at 430hp, is 30hp more powerful than standard. This means it can hit 188mph all-out and reach 62mph from rest in as little as 4.0 seconds. Both manual and PDK semi-automatic gearboxes are available.
This Porsche's power boost has been achieved by modified cylinder heads and variable resonance intake, plus an optimised engine control unit. Porsche also fits the Sport Chrono Pack, which includes the firm's clever active engine mounts that aid handling.
Inside the 911 Club Coupe, Porsche has fitted a special Espresso leather interior, with complementary detailing throughout.
The most special detail of the 911 Club Coupe is the dashboard trim panel. This is laser-etched with each owner's name, who will be chosen from membership of the various Porsche clubs worldwide. This ensures each 911 Club Coupe really will be unique!
With the price of almost €143,000 (approx RM703,000), it is far from cheap. However, with just one car coming to the UK, the chance of actually getting into it is remote - literally, down to a lottery draw...
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