Porsche 911 Sport Classic: 911 Turbo with rear-wheel drive and manual transmission

This is the new Porsche 911 Sport Classic. After the cherry red Targa 4S Heritage Edition with the 50 lollipop sticker, the second of the so-called Heritage Editions and the direct successor of the Sport Classic from 2009. Only this time Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur goes a lot further: this is a Turbo with rear-wheel drive and manual gearbox! The engine of the 911 Turbo has been tuned down to 550 hp and the car has no air intakes in the side but is full of goodies that Porsche Exclusive took inspiration from old 911s.

The Porsche 911 Sport Classic is a Heritage Edition and that means that it will be over after 1,250 copies. And that edition had already been allocated to the chosen buyers before the general public could even get acquainted with this special version. Priority is given to those who already have the Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition, dealers determine who can buy these special copies, devised by Porsche Exclusiv. Just like on that special Targa, the doors have a round surface with a different number on it this time. This is standard with the Sport Classic 60, as it is 50 on the Targa, but you can also have a personal number put on it. It’s all part of the Heritage Editions that stand for a …

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