Porsche’s design manager Tony Hatter is talking about the new 911 50th Anniversary in the clip posted below.
Porsche is placing the new 911 50th Anniversary into the spotlights once again, a few months after it was officially unveiled and a month after making its public debut during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, this time with the help of a video. The footage posted below is showing Tony Hatter, the Porsche design manager, talk about the model. The Porsche 911 50th Anniversary is combining some styling cues from the previous generation and it’s paying tribute to over 50 years of the 911’s existence.
The Porsche 911 50th Anniversary is coming with the 3.8 liter flat six-cylinder engine from the Carrera S, with a Powerkit upgrade and a Sport Chrono package, allowing it to produce 400 HP and 430 lb-ft of torque. The model can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.3 second with the PDK or in 4.2 seconds with the manual. Porsche says that only 1,963 units of the 911 50th Anniversary will be produced and each one will set you back for 124,100 USD over-seas, 121,119 EUR in Germany or 92,257 GBP in the United Kingdom.