Porsche entered the Chinese market in 2001 and in this one decade they’ve been present there they enjoyed an enormous success. So they announced a celebratory edition of the 911 on this occasion.
It is the Porsche 911 Turbo S China 10th Anniversary Edition which as you might have already guessed is limited to 10 units, each sporting a numbered plaque. The TurboS’ 3.8-liter flat-six makes 530 hp and sends them to all four wheels via a PDK gearbox. So the technicalities are similar to other Turbo S models. But the visual features set it apart.
The China edition is finished in a a special Gold Bronze Metallic garnished with carbon and high gloss bits. It even comes with Fuchs 19-inch wheels borrowed from the 911 Sport Classic special edition. The car also has a factory-fitted aero kit with bigger front spoiler and rear wing. A pretty unique 911 then.
But then it has hefty price tag of nearly 550,000 USD! That’s most likely due to the Chinese tax on imported cars, because a 911 wouldn’t cost that much no matter how special it is.