/Spotlight: Porsche 991 GTS Club Coupe

Spotlight: Porsche 991 GTS Club Coupe

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There are so many different editions and variants of the Porsche 911 available these days that picking the right one is nigh on impossible. But as a rule of thumb you should go for the editions that is most limited, and on that bases Porsche 991 GTS Club Coupe is one of the good one as they’ve only made 60 units of it.

Seeing here for the first time up close at BBi Autosport workshops, the Porsche 991 GTS Club Coupe was a limited edition of the pre-facelift 991 built to celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Porsche Club of America. The car comes with a number of special features that make it the next best thing after the 997 Sport Classic if what you want is a modern 911 with some vintage-inspired visual features.

Porsche 991 GTS Club Coupe comes with a ducktail spoiler, bespoke engine grille, 20-inch Sport Classic wheels painted in semi-gloss black, personalized stainless steel door-sill guards that read “GTS Club Coupe”, center compartment lid embossed with “60”, interior and dashboard trim in carbon fiber with “GTS Club Coupe 60 Years Porsche Club of America” above the glove compartment, and Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel with two-tone deviated stitching in Carmine Red and Blue. Even the key comes in Club Blau blue, so if that’s not your color, this is not the car for you.

This particular Club Coupe popped in BBi’s shop for a short shifter and BMC air filter upgrade. Being a GTS this version of the 911 features a 430-horsepower flat six with Sport Exhaust, SportDesign aero package, GTS communication package, and black GTS Alcantara interior package. PDK transmission was an optional extra for this model.

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