The incredible retro interior is now available on most 911 models.
Porsche is currently testing the 2023 911, which will likely arrive later this year at the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show. But before the 2023 lineup is fully revealed, we got a taste of what's to come with the limited edition 911 Sport Classic. Like the recently introduced Carrera GTS Cabriolet America Edition, the Sport Classic comes with unique touches from Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, including a retro-themed Pepita cloth interior.
Now that bold interior option is available across the 911 range as part of a Heritage Design Leather Interior Package. According to the configurator, the package can be equipped on most trims, including the 2022 Porsche 911 Turbo and the base Carrera, so long as it's available with the four-way Sport Seats Plus or 18-way Adaptive Sport Seats Plus. Sadly, this rules out the GT3 and GT3 Touring.
Buyers can choose from one of four colors, each of which adds $11,560 to the 911's sticker price (not counting the 18-way seats for $1,150 or extended dashboard leather for $1,540). The Congac and Classic Black options include Pepita Houndstooth inserts for that retrotastic flavor, while the Atacama Beige and Pure Black appear to match the corduroy interior first offered in the Targa 4S Heritage Edition.
We personally prefer the houndstooth interior, but can understand why someone would want the pure option instead. In addition to the seat fabric, the package includes the extended door panel in leather with corduroy or houndstooth inserts and Heritage Design floor mats.
Porsche has previously stated that elements from its Exclusive Manufaktur vehicles would be made available to the standard production cars. We are happy to see this option added to the 911, and hopefully we will see it made available to other models in the near future. $11,560 is a lot to spend on a single interior option, but on a car with a six-figure price tag, we think it's easily worth the added cost for some unique 1960s flavor.