Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
Now that Bugatti has finished its run of special-edition Veyrons, it's Porsche's turn. The German sportscar-maker has a long history of creating special editions of its iconic 911 especially, and has followed up on its heritage with the new Sport Classic.
Characterized by a special paint job with tone-on-tone racing stripes, special wheels and a retro "duck-tail" spoiler, the 911 SC also packs an extra 23 horsepower for total output of 403. The suspension has also been lowered, and carbon fiber brakes promise to keep the driver out of trouble. Porsche has also given the 911 Sports Classic a special interior of woven and piped brown leather for an extra special touch. Porsche will unveil the new model at the upcoming Frankfurt auto show, and will only make 250 examples, each selling for €169,300 ($240,702 USD).
Gallery: 2010 Porsche 911 Sport Classic