Just when you thought the 918 Spyder had stolen the limelight…
As a way of honouring 60 years of the Porsche Club (first set up in 1952 by 13 die-hard enthusiasts), the marque will debut a special edition 911 Club Coupe at the Porsche Museum this summer.
A couple of teaser stats to get you going. Horsepower has been upped to 430hp, a ‘Brewster Green‘ paint finish makes an appearance (as do 20” SportTechno wheels) and ‘Club Coupe’ lettering will be suitably adorned here, there and in various other nooks and crannies.
No doubt unlucky for some though as only 13 will be manufactured, one of which will stay put at the Porsche Museum. Still, should you be in the Zuffenhausen district this summer, you may still want to check out the 911 T Coupe and its 1973 vintage counterpart, both of which will also be on display in a celebratory exhibition at the Museum going through to the end of August.
And don’t forget, photos are always welcome at crankandpiston. Plus one of the available 12 if you’re feeling generous.