In order to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first Porsche Clubs in Germany, the Stuttgart sports car maker has prepared a very exclusive edition version of the 991 that is dubbed the 911 Club Coupe.
Let’s recall about the Porsche Club first then. It was four years after Porsche started producing cars, on May 26th 1952 to be exact, when the first Porsche Club in the globe was first established by a group of seven fans in Germany. The second Porsche Club then was established in the same year following the first group with six members. With around 181,000 members, at the moment there are nearly 640 official Porsche Clubs in 75 countries across the world.
The 911 Club Coupe is built based on the newest 911 Carrera S and is offered especially to Porsche Club members. If you a member then you should hurry up since the automaker will only produce the new model in very limited run, 13 units and one of them will be kept with Porsche.
Moving inside the car, the designers has made use of dark brown leather sport seats with decorative beige stitching, illuminated door entry guards in which attached the model designation and anniversary symbol, an aluminum trim kit with an individualized laser decorated with’911 Club Coupe – personally built for’ then completed with the owner of the model.
On the outside, a classic “Brewster Green” hue beautifully paints the all units of the 911 Club Coupe. the standard Sport Design Package that adds a new front bumper and a ‘ducktail’ rear spoiler are also available on the 911 Club Coupe which is now riding on 20 inch SportTechno alloy wheels.
The driver is able to drop the model’s ride height by roughly 20 mm, thanks to the standard PASM sports suspension placed under the sheetmetal. The 911 Club Coupe has an additional power of 30 horses derived from the latest developed- Carrera S Powerkit, so the total output delivered is now 424 ponies of nearly 430 PS.
It is claimed by the automaker that when is equipped with the PDK double- clutch transmission, the model is able to sprint from standstill to 100 km/h or 62 mph in just 4.0 seconds sprint time.
The 911 Club Coupe is priced at €142,831 in Germany not including taxes, while in the States, it is cost at $175,580. Now let me tell you how to get one of the 12 units 911 Club Coupe. Well, first make sure that you are one of the fortunate 12 club members and you’ve registered your interest on Porsche’s official website no later than July 16th 2012. The 12 club members have the opportunities to get one 911 Club Coupe by a lottery.