During early testing, Porsche 918 Spyder prototypes could be seen wearing the classic Martini Racing livery, but one of the latest versions Porsche’s hypercar wears the iconic red, white and blue livery of Brumos Racing.

Unveiled recently by former Brumos driver David Donohue during a ceremony at the Brumos Porsche showroom in Jacksonville, FL, this one-off 918 was designed by none other than Hurley Haywood. Even better, the ceremony had the car displayed alongside Haywood’s 917-10 Can-Am car, which just so happens to be the first Brumos racecar to feature the now-signature livery.

Like this 917-10 and subsequent Brumos Racing cars, the 918 Spyder unveiled in Jacksonville has a bright white paint job with the signature red and blue racing stripes running along the top and sides of the car. Inside, the dark leather seats have contrasting Guard Red piping and the 918 Spyder logo embroidered into the seat backs in a special Brumos Blue stitching. Add up all of these custom touches, and this particular Porsche 918 Spyder had an MSRP of $1,011,075.

Continue reading to learn more about the Porsche 918 Spyder.

Update: a previous version of this story inaccurately identifies the Brumos 918 Spyder as being owned by David Donohue.

Porsche 918 Spyder Rocks the Brumos Livery Exterior
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Why it matters

Aside from showing some love for Brumos Racing, this one-off 918 Spyder also gives an idea of the level of customization that Porsche offers its customers.

Image Credits: Brumos Porsche via Dan Van Slyke

Porsche 918 Spyder

2014 Porsche 918 Spyder High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review of the Porsche 918 Spyder here.

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