Gold Porsche 911 Turbo revealed

5 Feb, 2014 3:01pm Jonathan Burn

Porsche shows 911 Turbo finished in bespoke Lime Gold, courtesy of its Exclusive personalisation programme

Porsche has pulled the wraps off a new 911 Turbo designed by its in-house personalisation programme, Porsche Exclusive. Based on the latest 991-genertaion of the Turbo, the model features a bespoke paintjob and cosmetic tweaks both inside and out.

The striking Lime Gold metallic finish clearly marks the model out against standard Turbo models. Further visual tweaks include privacy glass, clear glass taillights, 20-inch Sport Classic black alloy wheels and darkened Bi-Xenon headlights, which also feature Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS).

The two-tone leather upholstery inside has also been designed to match the exterior colour, finished in Agate Grey and Lime Gold with contrasting stitching. Sections of the interior including the doorsills and centre console have also trimmed with lightweight carbon fibre, with decorative stitching also found on the door trim, backrests, air vents and leather steering column.

No upgrades have been made to the engine, however, meaning the 513bhp 3.8-litre from the standard Turbo will be fitted. Performance is brisk, with 0-62mph dispatched in 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 195mph.

Exact pricing has not been revealed, but for this level of customisation expect to pay a significant premium over the £118,349 price tag of the car its based on.

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