Just 13 Porsche 911 Club Coupes are to be built, with Porsche keeping one back for its museum

A special edition Porsche 911 is being launched to mark the 60th anniversary of the first Porsche enthusiast clubs in Germany.

Just 13 of the Porsche 911 Club Coupes are being made, with Porsche keeping one back for its museum.

Based on the latest 911 Carrera S, the new model will only be sold to official Porsche Club members. Thanks to a Carrera S Powerkit, engine power is 424bhp, up 30bhp on the standard car. Porsche says that with the PDK double-clutch transmission, the 911 Club Coupe travels from 0-62mph in 4.0 seconds.

It comes in 'Brewster Green' and has the standard reworked front bumper and ducktail rear spoiler that come with the Sport Design Package. It also sits on 20 inch wheels.

Inside, there's dark brown leather sport seats withe beige stitching, illuminated door entry guards bearing the model designation and anniversary logo, and an aluminum plate that will be engraved with the buyer's name.

Pricing in Europe is set at €142,831 plus taxes (around £115,000).

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29 May 2012

Very nice! 

Shame about the limited numbers... 

29 May 2012

A fool and his money are easily separated

 

Hydrogen cars just went POP

29 May 2012

thats a pity because tonight I'm winning the lottery and I'm not gonna be able to get it. yeah yeah, a bit of a dreamer. 

beautifull machine nontheless

29 May 2012

"Coupe's"?! Come on, Noddy. 

R32

29 May 2012

When I first read the headline I groaned and thought "here we go, the first of a hundred 991 911 special editions!".  But in fact I have to say I think this is really very nice and quite tasteful.  I love the dark green/dark brown colour combo - very 'country set'.

Unfortunately I'm not a club member, but I'd be well happy with one of these in the garage.

2, 4, 9, 14, 23...........

29 May 2012

Brewster Green, WTF?? Where do they get these paint colour names from!

R32

29 May 2012

owenmahamilton wrote:

Brewster Green, WTF?? Where do they get these paint colour names from!

Brewster Green is a very dark bottle green paint colour that has been used by Bentley for many, many years (as a solid, non-metallic paint).  I assume the Porsche version is also non-metallic but I doubt it will be an exact shade match to the Bentley colour but it might be as both brands are now part of VW Group.  I did immediately recognise the name when I read it in the article though, it's basically a version of the famous British Racing Green.

29 May 2012

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29 May 2012

Why is it that my favourite 911s are the ones with the little duck-tail spoiler? Not sure how tuetonic "Brewster Green" is, I preferred the grey of the Sport Classic from a couple of years ago... 

30 May 2012

I dont mind the looks of it if im honest, not a huge porsche fan either,

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