Porsche Has Retro-Inspired Special Editions Planned
Drawing Inspiration from the 1950s and 1980s
Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur made an announcement that it will build some retro-inspired models based on cars from the 1950s and 1980s. There isn’t a lot of information at this time, but the company said it’s building these cars as lifestyle cars and that means they will follow a similar playbook to the Porsche 911 Speedster with the Heritage Design Package, according to Carscoops.
So what can you expect of the cars? They’ll all be based on the 911. The cars will feature specific design elements that harken back to the era of Porsches that they draw inspiration from. This will include things like updated, custom interiors with corduroy and tartan.
The cars themselves will be quite expensive, though Porsche has not yet stated an actual price for the vehicles. We would imagine they’ll let some more details and maybe an image leak out before announcing pricing. The company will also produce different Heritage Design Packages for the regular 911.
This means there will likely be a design package for the regular version of the car that you can add for a lower price than the special editions planned. This will let you get some of that specialty without having to fork over the big bucks. Just what’s in those packages has not yet been determined.