Over the 50-plus years of the 911, its constant evolving led to a better and better performing sports car. Very rarely did Porsche instead aim for luxury.
Porsche’s Exclusive program has now set to add a level of luxurious flair to the 911 that was not seen in the lineup before. Prior dealings from Porsche Exclusive include the 911 Turbo S aerokit, but now the program has focus its efforts elsewhere. Interior trims with flashy carbon fiber and coated with Alcantara are now being swapped for a high-gloss wood trim accenting supple leather. The debut car for the new available options also includes a Jet Black exterior with 20-inch grey alloy wheels, exclusively designed for the 911 range. With these classy new features decorating the 991.2 convertible, the 911 now has the style of an elegant tourer but still maintains the performance to keep it at the top of its class.