While the GT2 RS is still in development, Porsche has released a more powerful version of the 911 Turbo of which the former was based. Introducing the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series. As the name suggests, the Exclusive Series will only be limited to 500 units will offered worldwide.
Don't let the striking yellow metallic paint make you think that it is only an appearance package as the engineers over at Stuggart have also increased power courtesy of a power kit. The 3.8-liter biturbo flat-six engine now produces 607 PS, 27 PS more than a standard 911 Turbo S, and 750 Nm of torque. The increase in power propels it from 0-100km/h in 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 330km/h.
Outside, the most striking difference from a standard 911 Turbo S is the Golden Yellow Metallic paint, which can only be found on the Exclusive Series. To match the paint, strips of the carbon fiber hood and roof have been left exposed. A new rear apron and new black-gold trimmed 20-inch wheels completes the exterior make over. Apart from Golden Yellow Metallic, Porsche does offer other colors for those who want something more subtle.
Inside however, yellow is the only color choice available for the trim. The sports seats get two layers of perforated leather lined with gold stripes matching the exterior. The yellow stripe theme continuous on throughout the interior such as in the stitching and the headliner. To further differentiate it from a standard Turbo S, Carbon sill plates with Exclusive Series branding are installed.
To give the owner a more exclusive experience, Porsche also offers special accessories with the Exclusive Series. A Porsche Design chronograph watch with same design features as the Exclusive Series can be had. Like the vehicle, it will also be limited to 500 units. A luggage set of the same design can also be had for extra.