Porsche has continuously managed to create some of the best engineered cars in the world. Despite this, they have been rather plane following the same simple design over many a decade. That was until Porsche’s very own in-house modifying scene got their hands on the Porsche 911 Turbo S. Porsche Exclusive turned the Turbo S into something special.
The standard Turbo S was already an amazing car but Porsche Exclusive managed to pull another 27bhp from the standard 3.8 litre bi-turbo flat-six. Now this Turbo S has become the most powerful 911 ever with 607bhp and 553lb-ft of Torque. Ever modest Porsche has stated 0-60mph in just 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 205mph. Despite these impressive figures Porsche are renowned for being modest with their stats.
Outside the Turbo S is no disappointment either as Porsche Exclusive steers away from the usual Porsche’s modest styling. An Aero Kit has been added which gives the car a deeper front air dam and devil horn flicks on the rear wing. The Porsche’s arches house stunning 20 inch alloys with centre locks. The Porsche Exclusive Turbo S is anything but understated thanks to the wonderful Golden Yellow Metallic paintwork with carbon fibre inserts on the bonnet and roof.
The purists amongst you will see the usual yellow carbon ceramic callipers are now black. In place of the usual trapezoid tailpipes are a set of round ones. Carbon mirror cases and vent intakes along the side of the Turbo S break up the Golden Yellow Porsche. A striking Golden Porsche badge has been placed at the front of the bonnet in place of the regular one.
Inside the Golden theme continues with traces of Golden stitching in an all-black interior. The usual carbon touches are throughout the cabin accompanied by the striking Turbo S logos stitched into the headrests. Despite the striking colours and interior on display Porsche Exclusive specialise in tailoring to the customers wishes. With only 500 being made this is a rather special 911. With a standard Turbo S costing £147,540 the Exclusive runs at almost £186,916. That Exclusivity costs nearly £40,000 but perhaps making the Porsche 911 Turbo S less modest is worth the cost.
Author – Matthew Pearson