From Porsche North America.
New U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, a new (cannot-wait-to-drive-it) test track and now, an all new Porsche 911 GTS Club Coupe… the German automaker is at it again.
Just in case you missed it, last week Porsche unveiled an all new 911 GTS Club Coupe, a limited edition GTS. Only 60 will be made and only 59 will be available to purchase–the last one will be given away to a Porsche Club winner. Details of the drawing will be made available on the PCA website on Feb. 1. This special car will only be available in the U.S.
The GTS Club Coupe was designed for the 60th anniversary of the Porsche Club of America, and is a visual package. Underneath that Club Blau paint and special red contrast-stitching the car is all GTS–with a wider body than its counterparts, the 430 HP flat six, the amazing Torque Vectoring system, etc. etc. etc….
The last time the PCA and Porsche teamed up on a special edition was back in 2005 for the 50th anniversary of the club.
The hitch? You can only get one if you are a Porsche Club of America member–oh and if you have a spare $137,055 (that includes the destination charge) burning a hole in your pocket—AND you’ll have to wait until June of this year for them to go on sale.