Porsche is preparing to say goodbye to the current 911 with the unveiling of a special edition 911 at theParis Motor Show at the end of September. The car is currently doing its testing and is expected to go on sale in 2011.
Porsche insiders suggest the new special edition will be limited to only 250 units and will be similar to the 911 Sport Classic , which is priced at 169,300 euro.
There are no specific details on this new special edition, but we expect to see some engine upgrades, a new set of wheels, interior and exterior unique features, and a longer list of standard equipments, most likely including Porsche ceramic composite brakes (PCCB) and PASM sports suspension.
In 2011, Porsche will replace the 911 with the new 991, a model that will get a more aerodynamic body, improved engines, and new technologies. The new generation 911 will be unveiled in 2011, starting with the base model - like the Carrera - with a new version coming out every few months.