There are two rainy liveries that are famous worldwide and even people who are not interested in cars recognize them. One is the Gulf livery, and the other Martini. The long and rich history Porsche shares with Martini was recently the cause of a small party in Sochi, Russia.
The Martini-colored Porsche models that turned up at the event include various 911s, Cayenne, and Panamera. Traditionally, a Martini-liveried Porsche should be white with the Martini stripes and racing number adorning bonnet, roof, and side panels. Here though, we get to see a yellow one and a gold one, both of which look pretty amazing.
The most important, and most recent, Martini-liveried car Porsche is of course absent from this group. That is the Porsche 918 Spyder, for which the company offers the treatment as an optional extra as part of the expensive but highly coveted Weissach Package. If you are wondering how those colors look on a 918, we have a huge gallery showing it to you from every angle.
Porsche and Martini first hooked up back in 1968. The racing cars rocking the racing stripes of the Italian beverage brand have since been among the most successful in Porsche’s motorsport history.