Porsche Design celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 911 Edition
Porsche Design is celebrating its 50th anniversary with another limited edition 911 dubbed (rather German) the 911 Edition 50 Years Porsche Design.
This package is for already-unavailable software 911 Targa 4 GTS Get unique interior and exterior care including satin black exterior accents (centrally locked Turbo S wheels, Targa bars and “Porsche Design” badging all get this finish) and black shadow brake callipers. There is also a “50 years” badge on the engine cover.
Inside, there’s a numbered dash (we hesitate to call it a plaque; it looks like a re-positioned exterior badge with a numbered band underneath it) and embossed headrests. There is also a unique wheel logo and center console cover signed by Ferry Porsche, Ferdinand Alexander, son of Ferry Porsche who first led Porsche Design. Porsche has also added some popular equipment (Adaptive Sports Seats 18-Way Plus, Slate Gray seat belts and Sport Timing Pack) to sweeten the deal.
And Of course, there are new clocks. Well, “new” is a bit spacious. The first is a Porsche Design Chronograph first designed to be modern The watch was originally released in 1972; Each 911 Porsche Design 50-year edition will be delivering one of these. The second watch is more exclusive and will be sold directly to the customer. Limited to just 500 pieces (instead of the 750 that came with the car), they will retail for $7,700, and Porsche says they follow the original 1972 Chronograph 1 design, entirely. constant.
Porsche says 911 Edition 50 Years Porsche Design is coming to the US agency this spring, but chances are the allocation will be told before you find the number for your favorite salesperson. Welcome to 2021.