Porsche unveils limited edition 911 Club CoupeMay 29, 2012 by: Rituraj Mishra
Seven people started a Porsche Club in Westphalia, Germany in 1952 and within few months six more people founded another Porsche club. This year marks the 60th anniversary of these two Clubs and in the journey they have grown into strength of 181,000 spread over 640 Porsche clubs in 75 different countries.
Porsche is celebrating this occasion by announcing the 911 Club Coupe. The Club Coupe gets the Carrera S Powerkit as the base is from Carrera S. This lends the car an extra 30 horses and hence its 0-100 km drops to a staggering 4 seconds. With the sports package the front fascia is new and the back gets a ducktail spoiler. It then gets covered in Brewster Green Paint with Espresso interior.
Only 13 of these will be made and one will be kept by the company itself. Rest of it will be distributed in a lottery. People have to register at a microsite to participate in the lottery. The one who wins the lottery will get his name engraved on the sill, but before the good stuff happens be ready to pay €142,831, or $175,580.