The interior is mostly finished in black leather, while the seats feature a Pepita houndstooth pattern woven from black and gray leather. Features the Porsche Classic Communication Management Plus infotainment system, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Other Club Blue details are scattered throughout the cabin in places such as the dials, steering wheel rim and headrests.
During development, the 911 Classic Club Coupe was known as Project Gray to keep it secret – a nickname based on the 2018 911 Project Gold.
Unusually for a one-off car, a test vehicle was also built and tested at the Nardò high-speed ring in Italy, the Idiada proving ground in Spain and the Porsche track in Weissach, in Germany, before being dismantled so that the finished car remains unique.
Alexander Fabig, Head of Porsche Classic, said: “The Type 996 is unfairly overshadowed by the other 911 ranges. That’s why we were happy to choose it as a base to demonstrate all that we can do with Porsche Classic and the recently expanded Sonderwunsch program.
“In 2009, the 911 Sport Classic, a limited edition of 250 units, had already aroused worldwide interest. However, this special model was not sold in the United States. With this unique model, we have now succeeded in bringing an equally exciting vehicle concept to the United States. »
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This notice was published: 2022-03-21 13:47:28