Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series
From when I was little the Porsche has always been one of my favourite cars. I am unsure of where my love came for this brand, but it may have started when I was shoved in the front loading area or trunk by my father. This was his way of demonstrating the ample space available. Come to think of it, I’ve been pretty Chlostraphobic since then… For a period of time, I did fall out of this love affair as I felt Porsche went through a funny design stage which I didn’t totally like.
In recent years though my love affair has been reignited due to some of the drop-dead gorgeous cars coming out of the Porsche Factory, yesterday this feeling became even more potent with the unveiling the Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. In short, it’s a more powerful, more luxurious and limited production 911 Turbo S. Could this be one of the prettiest Porsches ever?
500 models will be produced featuring an exclusive golden yellow metallic finish and various carbon fibre components such as the front trunk lid, roof, and side skirts. Contrasting with the unique golden paint are two exposed Carbon Fibre strips running the length of the vehicle. Other exterior colours are available, but I think you will agree that this specific colour looks very special. My favourite exterior feature is the alloy wheel design, the large central design with thin spokes branching off featuring a golden edge looks exquisite, possibly one of the prettiest alloy wheel designs I have ever seen.
The interior follows the same theme with golden yellow accents on interior elements such as the Alcantara roof and seats. Carbon Fibre trims have integrated fine copper thread which emphasises this car’s exclusivity and sheer class. These subtle features make for a fantastic cabin which I would not mind spending many a weekend in. You can’t drive a car like this to work every day, can you?
Apart from the Exclusive Series striking design and styling elements, it also features more power than a standard Porsche 911 Turbo S with 447 kW (607 bhp) and 750 Nm of Torque on tap. An increase of around 20 kW. This results in a 0 – 100 km/h time of 2.8 seconds and a 0 – 200km/h of just 9.8 seconds with a top speed of 330 km/h. Pretty fast.
The Porsche Exclusive Series can now also be experienced when away from the vehicle with the optional five-piece luggage set costing $6000. Further to this, a custom Titanium watch can also be ordered which will tie in and match the colour and design of your Porsche, a price for this has yet to be determined.
There is talk of the Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series available to order in South Africa for around R4 Million.
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