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Cerulean Blue Porsche 918 Spotted in Scotland

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A custom Porsche 918 Spyder has been spotted in Aberdeen, Scotland, which could well be one of the most unique examples in the world. It’s finished in a special shade of blue – a darker, more elegant color than the famous baby blue – called Cerulean Blue.

Another reason this Cerulean Blue Porsche 918 is special is because it is sitting on a set of optional Weissach wheels, but it doesn’t have the usual carbon wings and diffusers of the Weissach package. That means the owner has spent a good deal of time speccing up the car, and that he or she has a very good taste as well.

Speaking of the owner, we have a sneaking suspicion this Cerulean Blue Porsche 918 belongs to Scottish singer and songwriter, and massive petrolhead, Amy Macdonald. For one thing, she is known for her love of exotic cars. What’s more, not that many people in Scotland would blow up a million pounds on a car, even if they can afford it!

As a reminder, Porsche 918 Spyder is powered by a mid-mounted V8 engine from the RS race car, boosted with a couple of electric motors. It generates a combined system output of 886 bhp, boasts all-wheel-drive, and can drive in pure electric mode for about 30 miles. With this car you also get a removable roof and lots of luxury amenities.

Via Autogespot

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