Porsche's latest special-edition 911 features a gold exterior and carbonfibre touches inside and out
27 May 2011

Porsche has unveiled yet another special-edition Porsche 911, this time to celebrate 10 years of the company in China.

The car – based on the Porsche Turbo S model – features a gold exterior, 19-inch alloys, carbonfibre bonnet and rear spoiler and 10th anniversary badging on the door sills as well as an individual plaque.

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Inside the special 911 gets Alcantara seats with contrasting gold stitching, carbonfibre touches to the dash and new floor mats.

Power remains the same as the standard model, with the Turbo S’s 3.8-litre engine producing 523bhp and 516lb ft of torque, enough to launch the car to 60mph in 3.3sec and onto a top speed of 196mph.

Although pricing hasn’t been announced, numbers for the anniversary model will be limited to just 10 units.

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