Porsche 911 50th Anniversary Special Edition

Dec 4, 2019

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The Porsche 911 is probably the most popular model from the German luxury auto maker, and 2013 marks the 50th birthday of the iconic sports car. Of course Porsche wouldn’t be Porsche if they didn’t celebrate the occasion with a limited special edition 911.

Originally introduced all the way back in 1963, the 911 has always been a thing of beauty, and the brand has done a great job keeping things that way. The anniversary edition will be packing a 430 horsepower flat six engine that’s good for a 4.2 second zero to sixty time. The vehicle has been outfitted with a ton of extra goodies including the paint job, sport exhaust, 20 inch wheels, and a whole lot more. To no one’s surprise, this thing will be limited (only 1,963 units), each of which will set you back around $125,000.

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