And the idea behind this spec was too see Lava Orange covering as many elements of the Zuffenhausen machine as possible (of course, within the limits of proper aesthetics).
As such, the 911 Carrera 4S was fitted with the Sport Design front and rear aprons - the first includes the color-coded lip spoiler, while the latter involves the elements flanking the tailpipes.
Speaking of the tailpipes, this Porscha features the optional Sport Exhaust (you can easily notice this thanks to the pair of large, oval pipes), which feature a black finish to match the wheels of the car.
Then again, Lava Orange also made its way inside the coupe, being used for the trim found on the dashboard, the doors and the center console.
Of course, such a cabin spec will be an opinion splitter, but those who love machines coming from Porsche Exclusive, the carmaker's personalization arm, are used to this effect.
Heck, this spec could be taken one step further with the help of the Carrera Aerokit, which is an opinion splitter regardless of the rest of the configuration. I'm refering to that fixed rear wing resembling GT3 wings of the past, which was introduced earlier this year.
For now, the Aerokit needs to be included in the original order, but expect this to land on the Tequipment list soon (think: dealer retrofit).