How To Make The New Porsche 911 Even More Special

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Subtle changes give the sports car a new look.

The refreshed Porsche 911 lineup will be going on sale in the upcoming months, but that hasn’t stopped Porsche Exclusive from giving the sports car some mild updates on the exterior and interior. The Exclusive individualization program gives the new all-turbo lineup a bit of flair to go along with the subtle boost of performance. Customers will be able to choose from a variety of customizations for all variants of the new 911. Through Porsche Exclusive, customers will be able to create the perfect 911.

For example, the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S’s catalog includes a high-gloss black finish for the headlight washer, tinted headlights, 20-inch Carrera Sport wheels, model designation written in black on the doors and body-colored side skirts. There’s also a SportDesign high-gloss black look for the lower trim of the side mirror caps. Other personal touches that can be added on the 911 include tinted windows, black sports tailpipes a high-gloss black Porsche logo and model designation at the back. The interior of the 911 also gets special touches with Racing Yellow accents for the seatbelts, Sport Chrono stopwatch and instrument dials.

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The Porsche 911 Turbo receives the same host of personal touches, but includes a high-gloss black finish for the aero kit and rear side air intakes, as well as Bordeaux Red interior accents with tinted taillights. For an additional price, Porsche Exclusive will fit an aluminum interior package and a central armrest with an embossed logo. These may not be large customizations, but the subtle touches give the sports car a more luxurious look.

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