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Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive GB Edition celebrates four decades of the raucous Turbo S variant; just 40 examples will be built specifically for Britain

A limited-edition version of the Porsche 911 Turbo S produced to commemorate 40 years of the 911 Turbo has been revealed. The Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive GB Edition is unique to the UK market and only 40 examples will be built.

The model – designed and manufactured by Porsche Exclusive, the German manufacturer's personalisation department – is augmented with a raft of exterior and interior kit.

The new variant has been designed to incorporate styling cues from the original 911 Turbo ‘930’ from 1974. It features a black rear upper spoiler, Sport Classic wheels in black, black finished exterior door handles, and the black Porsche script along the sills.

Inside, the black leather upholstery features Guards Red contrasting stitching and unique highlights include an embossed Union flag on the centre storage compartment lid.

Other special kit includes carbonfibre door sill guards with ‘911 Turbo S – Exclusive GB Edition’ in illuminated lettering, carbonfibre interior trim, including the PDK gear lever and bespoke floor mats with leather edging and decorative stitching.

The 911 Turbo S Exclusive GB Edition is available in a choice of three exterior colours: silver, white or red.

The limited-edition car is mechanically identical to the standard Porsche 911 Turbo S. That means it has an all-wheel drive chassis and a 3800cc twin-turbocharged flat-six engine which produces maximum power of 552bhp at 6500rpm and maximum torque of 516lb ft at 2100rpm.

Priced from £150,237 – almost £10,000 more than the regular 911 Turbo S – and available to order now, each car will be delivered together with a personal photo book documenting the production process, a bespoke Exclusive GB Edition indoor car cover and unique design sketches.

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Peter Cavellini 16 July 2014

Ho hum..........

No thanks,will stick with the standard(?) variant,the £10K saving will cover the running costs.
147alfamale 15 July 2014

i will have mine in white please....

i think this looks great.... and i will still take a 911 over an F type(although I think its a great car..), Its all personal choice...... People will always want the limited edition of something if they can afford it , just to say its a limited edition, and I bet Porsche wont have any trouble selling them at all.........
madmac 15 July 2014

Bah! How clever,though not to

Bah! How clever,though not to colour the flag,as if Scotland goes independent in the referendum the Blue colour will disappear,but so will the St Andrew's cross!