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Porsche Exclusive Drops Hints on How to Configure the Facelifted 911

Porsche might be on a mission to integrate greener propulsion tech into its traditional ways and yet there are some faces of Zuffenhausen that will remain unchanged for quite a while. One of these is the Porsche Exclusive division, which has recently released its take on the revamped 911 line-up.
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The automaker's personalization arm chose to target more than just the 911 Turbo, also gifting the new turbocharged Carrera S with exterior and interior goodies. This is Porsche Exclusive dropping a few hints on how to configure a Neunelfer.
Let's talk about the 911 Carrera 4S first
For instance, the 911 Carrera 4S present in the gallery below shows 20-inch Carrera Sport wheels that use a High-Gloss Black finish, SportDesign side skirts and door mirrors (Black lower arms), as well as the model designation present on the doors, with Black being the color of choice. The same hue was used for the headlight inner elements.

Customers who want to go even further can choose from the usual rich list of options, which includes tinted windows and High-Gloss Porsche logos and Black Sports tailpipes.

Stepping inside, we find Yellow details for the dashboard instruments, as well as for the Sport Chrono Package-included chronograph and seatbelts. The German specialist has also used a carbon fiber finish for the dashboard trim and the heated, multifunction steering wheel.
What about that Turbo?
While the 911 Turbo clientele can select the items mentioned above, the car shown here also sports a High-Gloss Black theme for the aero package and rear fender air intakes and Black taillights. The cabin sees Bordeaux Red details being mixed with a logo embossed on the center armrest and an aluminum package.

You can check out the eye-catching side of the personalization details in the gallery below, where you'll also find the visual story of a 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet and a 911 Turbo S Cabriolet.

 
 
 
 
 

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