Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series Is The Best Turbo S Ever Made!

Jun 09, 2017 03:17 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series is special in its own right. This is definitely one of the best Porsche has ever created and industry experts are in full agreement. This special edition is one of a kind automatically making it an easy favorite.

The Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series is billed as "the most powerful and most unique Turbo S ever created." To make it even more special, it comes with a unique Golden Yellow Metallic exterior. It has carbon fiber stripes on the roof and hood. There are carbon fiber side skirts installed and 20-inch wheels with Golden Yellow accents.

The rear is as unique as it can be. However, it only modestly received a makeover. Porsche installed a new rear apron and rear wing from the Turbo Aerokit. Its exhaust system is just as unique, which is in black stainless steel.

There will only be 500 examples to be made. It won't be called powerful for no good reason. It is powerful enough as it comes with 27-horsepower more bringing the total to 607-horsepower. However, its torque doesn't change at all for remaining at 553 pound-feet. Its top speed is at 205 mph, which also is unchanged.

The cabin lives up to it being special. The gold theme is even extended inside the car. The 18-way adjustable leather seats feature a top black layer of leather with yellow stripes from an additional layer of leather under it. It comes with a badge inside that clearly shows its limitedness.

Well, such Special Edition comes in with a steep price tag. That is, of course, expected. The Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series is priced at £186,916. This is £39,376 more compared to the Standard Turbo S. Its steep price is definitely all worth it especially for the distinct and exclusive owners of this supercar.

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