1993 marked the 30th anniversary of the launch of the 911 and to celebrate Porsche produced a bespoke build spec, limited edition car – the 911 ’30 Jahre’ Anniversary edition 964.
In March 1993, Porsche presented this anniversary model, “30 years 911” at the Geneva Motor Show. Since then, the special model is also called “Jubi” for short.
With only 911 examples produced worldwide in a limited choice of exterior colors (Viola, Polar Silver and Amethyst), the Anniversary 911 featured an exclusive option specification that was based on the 964 Carrera 4 with wide body front and rear guards, extended hand-stitched Rubicon Grey leather interior, 4-wheel drive, airbags, air conditioning, electric rear spoiler and sunroof. Under the Porsche internal code M096, there is essentially a Carrera 4 with the wide turbo body but without wings.
Power is sent to all four wheels via a 3.6-liter flat-six paired with a five-speed manual transaxle. The 3.6-liter flat-six was factory rated at 250 horsepower and 228 lb-ft of torque, with a claimed top speed of 255 kph (158-mph) and a zero-to-60 time of 5.7 seconds. The car got 17” staggered-width Cup 1 wheels with braking is handled by black Porsche-branded calipers over solid rotors at all four corners.
Standard wheels and standard tires for all described variations are: 7 und 9 J x 17 ET 55 alloy wheel in Cup I-Design with 205/50 ZR 17 and 255/40 ZR 17 tires – often chosen from Pirelli, Continental, Bridgestone or Michelin. In the basic equipment part-electric seats, electric window lifters, electrically adjustable outside mirrors, two air bags, as well as a Rubicon-grey or black whole leather equipment provide in the interior for the welfare of the passengers. For England, Australia and Hong Kong it was offered only of the Driver airbag. The figure sheets of the instruments are also held in Rubicon grey, provided that the interior equipment is not black.
In the switch handle of every jubilee model there is a “30 years 911“ (M-code M096) an aluminized badge, which illustrates the switch pattern of the five-speed gearbox. Embroidered on the backs of the folding rear seats, is the lettering 911 in the font type of the early years. Centered on the parcel shelf is attached a leathered block to accommodate two aluminized badges on front and rear.
The externally badge, visible through the rear window, shows the individual serial number of the limited-edition model. Directed into the interior plaque features the following inscription “30 years 911” in mirror writing, so that the driver has when looking in the rearview mirror the peculiarity of his vehicle always in mind. The rear lid has a simple 911 silver lettering in the style of the first Porsche models, the underscore with the inscription “30 years” provided.