Earlier this month, Porsche introduced to us the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. The car wore a Golden Yellow Metallic paint. The same time it was launched, the company said to interviewers that a “range of other carefully selected exterior colours” will be offered for the same model.
They did not mention when the new shades will be revealed, but the company has just shared photos of the special edition 911 Turbo S in other liveries. The most eye-catching of them all would probably still be the one in gold, but the other two, in gray and in white, are also looking good. All three models have matching accents - that is a pair of carbon strips on the front hood and the roof.
The company ensures that the Exclusive Series looks distinct from the standard Turbo S, by adding more carbon fiber accents all over. What makes it even more unique though is that only 500 units will be produced, and each of them features a special plaque mounted on the passenger’s side to prove its exclusivity.
Apart from that, Porsche ensures comfort for the driver and passengers by adding 18-way adjustable seats. The seats also have stitching that complements the colour of the car’s body. Carbon fiber trim finishes off the interior of the Exclusive Series.
As for the engine, the exclusive series once again is a little more special compared to its standard sibling, with a flat-six 3.8-liter biturbo engine giving out an extra 27 horsepower (20 kilowatts). That means it can now produce a total of 607 horsepower (446kW), and 553 pound-feet of torque (750 Newton-metres). The torque remains the same as the Turbo S that has been fitted with the Sport Chrono Package.
Though it’s not a GT2 RS, the Exclusive Series 911 Turbo S is definitely the next best thing. By far, it is the fastest and most powerful Turbo S ever made, being able to sprint to 62 miles per hour (100 kph) in just 2.9 seconds, and having the ability to reach 124 miles per hour (200 kph) from a standstill in only 9.6 seconds. To top that, it has a maximum velocity of 205 miles per hour (330 kph). Though the figures just sound like a regular Turbo S, the 0-200 kph task is accomplished 0.3 second quicker.
911 Turbo S Exclusive Series comes with a price tag of €259,992 ($291,100) in Germany - that is €54,000 more than the regular Turbo S. Optional goodies can be added for an additional cost. Though it does sound very pricey, it still costs a lot less than a 911 GT2 RS.