Porsche has just announced a limited-edition 911 GT3 commemorating the brand’s 70 years in Australia.
Available in the choice of manual or PDK, this is the first time Porsche has made a market-specific edition of the 911 GT. This version sees a number of customs details like the Fish Silver Grey Metallic color (the color of one of the first two Porsche 356 imported into Australia back in 1951), special badges representing the special edition and as well as the Australian flag, full bucket seats in leather Graphite Blue with seat inlays in Madraskaro check fabric in Graphite Blue and Crayon, custom door sill guards, and a key pouch in leather in Black and Graphite Blue with stitching in Crayon, to name a few.
“It is fitting that this special edition features exclusive elements that link back to one of the two first Porsche sportscars imported to Australia by Norman Hamilton 70 years ago,” said Sam Curtis, Managing Director and CEO, Porsche Cars Australia.
The sports car maintains a 500 horsepower, naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six, but due to the cosmetic upgrades and limited availability (25 examples), the price tag has been bumped up to roughly $355,000 USD. Head over to Porsche to see the full list of enhancements.
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