Unveiled at Le Mans last weekend, where the manufacturer won its 18th title, the special edition model costs around £21,000 more than the Carrera S, at £107,216, and is available to order now.
It gets the same 414bhp 3.0-litre flat-six twin turbo engine that powers the standard model, and is available with a manual gearbox or Porsche's PDK automatic; it gets some extra kit as standard as well. Dynamic Chassis Control and Active Suspension Management, as well as rear wheel steering and a sports exhaust system are all included.
It also gets the Sports Chrono package, which brings a lap-timer and launch control, and an electric sunroof, and the car sits 20mm lower than the Carrera S.
The 20in wheels come as standard, and its exterior features a colour scheme inspired by past World Endurance Championship 919 Hybrid cars from Porsche.
Inside, the cabin gets a black leather interior and carbon trim with some red detailing, and there's a 12 o'clock marking on the steering wheel as a nod to its motorsport inspiration.