It was 25 years ago when Porsche introduced its "Exclusive" program, the so-called service that provides a personalized touch in terms of design and performance. The program was designed to offer unique cars, using manual work, because no machine can handle material with as much finesse as human hands.
Porsche Exclusive team consists of 100 specialists who take care of everything from development to sales. Some of the cars created by the Porsche Exclusive include the 911 Sport Classic, a limited edition produced in just 250 units that combined the tradition and modernity.
The car was highlighted by a fixed rear wing in the "ducktail" shape first exhibited by 1973's legendary Carrera RS 2.7.
Furthermore, Porsche Exclusive created the 911 Speedster (unveiled last month at the 2010 Paris Motor Show), a car that pays tribute to the legendary 356 Speedster.
Just like the 911 Sport Classic, this car will be produced in a limited edition of just 356 units, each fitted with a low windscreen and double bubble on the convertible-top compartment lid.
Porsche also announced today a new book on the Porsche Exclusive history, which will be available in the Porsche Museum shop from March 2011, as well as a special Museum exhibition to run from March to May 2011 or a special Porsche Travel Club trip in June, for instance.
P.S. Make sure you check out photo gallery to see all the cars created by the Porsche Exclusive program!