And it's open for you to see.
Many automakers offer interesting colors in 2022, but they all play second fiddle to Porsche. Not only does Porsche avail some incredible factory colors, but it also allows buyers to spec its entire historic range as part of the Paint To Sample program, which is now viewable on the online configurator. It's plenty of fun browsing Porsche's iconic colors on the computer, but seeing them in person is far superior. Well, now you can.
The Porsche Experience Center Atlanta just opened its "Colors of Porsche" display, showing off some of the most exceptional hues from the German brand's long history. If you have a layover flight to Atlanta, you need to check out this exhibit.
This display will be open all through 2022, though the cars are "subject to change," as they are on loan from private owners. Though the Porsche 911 is the most iconic, there are several other models in the exhibit as well. Some of the rare vehicles/colors currently on display include a 1978 911 SC in Fern Green, 1988 911 "Safari" Carrera by Leh Keen in Rubystar (Rubystone Red, which is also available on the 2022 Taycan), 2018 911 GT2 RS in Ice Green Metallic, 2007 911 Targa 4S in Nordic Gold Metallic, 1993 968 in Tahoe Blue, 2011 911 GT3 RS 4.0 in Pastel Orange, 2015 918 Spyder in Viola Metallic, and a 2019 911 GT3 Touring in Azurro California Blue.
We love this particular exhibit because it demonstrates the breadth of paint options that have always been available from Porsche, while also delivering some history on how those colors were developed. Azurro California Blue, for example, was offered for the first time on a 2006 Porsche 911 Carrera S Club Coupe to celebrate the Porsche Club of America's 50th anniversary. The color took inspiration from Azure Blue, a 1955 and 1956 Porsche 356 color, before later being added to the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur's Paint to Sample program.
Anyone who ordered a Paint To Sample Porsche this year should opt for the Atlanta delivery so they can check out this awesome display.