But it comes at a hefty price.
To celebrate the fifth Rennsport Reunion, Porsche’s Exclusive division made a special edition model of the pre-facelift Porsche 911 GTS. The standard 2016 911 GTS costs $114,200 before destination and handling fees. However, Porsche’s Exclusive 911 GTS will set you back by $148,335, without the $995 destination fee. So that’s $34,135 more than the standard 911 GTS model. Only 25 units of the special edition 911 GTS will be produced so getting your hands on one will prove to be difficult.
So what does an extra $34K get you? The exterior of the 911 GTS is finished in a custom Fashion Grey with black and red decals, smoked LED headlamps, high-gloss black trimmings, as well as 20-inch Sport Classic wheels. From what we can see, these changes give the GTS a classic look that we like. On the inside, Porsche Exclusive fitted the 911 with carbon fiber trimmings, the SportDesign steering wheel, illuminated door sill guards, while the dashboard, floor mats and headrests have Carmine Red stitching. The interior also includes a plethora of logos, 18-way seats, a Bose Audio package and Rear Park Assist. So is the $34K worth the extra exclusivity?