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Last year, Porsche showed us what their awesome 911 GT3 RS special edition coupe will look like. This year it’s finally here! The car pays tribute to the 1973 911 Carrera RS 2.7 that so many people love and admire. On March 15-18 you can see the car in person at the 12 Hours of Sebring in Southern California. Unfortunately, only US citizens who have a valid allocation for the car can actually get one.
The donor car is a Porsche 911 GT3 RS, it has components made of carbon fiber which makes it super lightweight. The tribute part comes with Python Green accents, which are inspired by the original Viper green look. You can find these green accents in the mirror caps, side graphics, wheel center caps, valve stem caps, illuminated door sills and console. Owners also get some free accessories like a Porsche Design watch, custom car cover, license plate frame and two tiny models – one of the original RS and one of this special homage model.
Starting in a few weeks, Porsche will deliver their special edition cars to people who pay them $314,000. We don’t know yet how many they are making, but it is likely to be limited. In the 1970s, the same thing happened when Porsche released the RS 2.7 model- they only planned on selling 500 units and ended up selling 1,580 units within four months of its debut at the Paris Motor Show. So, it’s possible that we could see similar numbers with this tribute car too!