2011 Porsche 911 Speedster Art Car by Miguel Paredes and Champion Motorsports

Art Car

The previous generation Porsche 911 has never looked so… colorful before.

Champion Porsche and world-renowned artist Miguel Paredes have paired-up to create one incredible looking Porsche 911 for the 2011 Art Basel Miami Beach show. The sister event to the annual Art Basel exposition in Switzerland has been running since 2002 and this is one of the most aesthetically-pleasing items ever to be put on display at the event. The Porsche 911 Speedster is one of only 356 units ever made by the German company.

Paredes' Japanese-inspired design features some great looking art on the sides along with a stunning Geisha-ish woman on the sports car's hood. The limited edition 911 Speedster runs on a 408hp 3.8-liter flax-six engine. This is model number 176 of 356.

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