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PorschePorscheGermany, 1931 > present Club members are getting access to a special 911 for the second time. Porsche is offering a way for enthusiastic club members to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Porsche clubs worldwide.
The Porsche 911 Club Coupe is based on the 911 SPorsche 911 Carrera SGermany, 2011 > present. All of them come in Brewster Green with high-gloss chrome trim. The cars come with Sport Design Package that includes a front and rear ducktail spoiler. It also comes with the Carrera S Powerkit that gives the car s a 30hp power boost compared to the standard 911 S to 430hp and 440Nm of torque. The engine modifications include modified cylinder heads, hotter camshafts, variable intake with switchable flaps, center-mount radiator and sports exhaust. It also adds the Sport Chrono Pack, re-mapped ECU and titanium-colored and carbon fiber engine cover. Club Coupe comes standard with PASM and 20in Sport Techno wheels. The rear is badged as 911 Club Coupe. With the standard PDK, it will accelerate to 100km/h in 4.0 seconds.
Inside the Club Coupe has Espresso leather with Luxor Beige stitching, Sports Seats Plus, aluminum trim, and the passenger airbag cover is aluminum with "911 Club Coupe" etched on it along with the club member's member number and their name. The tread plates are stainless steel with "911 Club Coupe" lit in the center.
There are a few available options like: front air intake grills painted in Brewster Green, headlight cleaning system, rear windshield wiper, electric folding mirrors, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control, power steering plus, aluminum footrests and pedals and adaptive sport seats. The 7-speed manual is available as a no cost option.
The cars are available to Porsche Club members worldwide for a base price of $175.580 or €142.831.
In 2005, Porsche offered club members 50 limited 2006 Carrera SPorsche 911 Club CoupéGermany, 2005 > present cars with the X51 Powerkit, Sport Chrono Package Plus and optional Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes. All of them came in Azzuro Blue. Only 48 were actually sold, one was given to the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart and the other was raffled off in a Porsche Club sweepstakes. The cars retailed for $99,911. They were built to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Porsche Club in the US.
EncyclopediaPorsche911911 Gen.6 [991 Series]911 Club Coupé PDK
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