More than half a century has gone by since Porsche first started producing 911s way back in 1963. And that in itself is a hell of an achievement, when you consider all the other vehicles that came out that year (and years following) that are no longer in production. But today marks a major milestone in the model’s life. Today, the one-millionth Porsche 911 rolled off the lot. And it’s gorgeous.
Painted a beautiful Irish green, this model was made to mimic much of what came on the original 1963 versions – of which many are still drivable. In fact, over 70 percent of all 911s are still on the road today. And that’s really what this one celebrates: the brand’s continued dedication to quality design and manufacturing and their viciously loyal fanbase – both in regards to Porsche and their individual vehicles. While this one isn’t going to be going up for sale, that doesn’t mean it isn’t going to hit the road; it’s scheduled to embark on a world tour that will take it through the Scottish Highlands, across the United States and China, and – of course – around the Nurburgring race track.
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