Porsche has announced the launch of a special edition 911 Carrera S Centurion Edition that celebrates the Centurion’s 10th anniversary. This special edition was unveiled in Hong Kong and it will be limited to only 3 units. The sports car is offered only for American Express Centurion members and card holders.

Until July 31, members will be able to place their orders for this special edition. Each units will be priced at $ 256,000, with all assets going to UNICEF.

ThePorsche 911 Carrera S Centurion Edition will be distinguished by black leather, Alcantara and genuine carbon fiber, "Carrera S Centurion Edition No.1 of 3" badges on both front door panels and outer door-sill guards in stainless steel, and "Centurion From American Express" logo. The whole package will be finished by 19 inch wheels.

It will be powered by a 3.8 liter boxer engine that delivers 385 HP at 6,500rpm and is mated to a seven-speed, paddle-operated automatic double-clutch gearbox. It makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 4.3 seconds and can hit a top speed of 186mph.


Source: GT Spirit

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  (399) posted on 08.16.2011

For me, I’m not impressed with the speed performance of the car although its faster in terms of 0-60 mph. I still prefer the current production for this vehicle.

  (317) posted on 08.16.2011

The figure performance of this car is quite impressive. Well, its a good thing that they have modified the engine of the vehicle.

  (745) posted on 09.8.2010

Friendly it may seems but I guess they have to double check its turbo, I see no difference with other versions.

  (555) posted on 07.6.2010

Lol Theodor, your comment proves again you got no clue. You can get a Cent if you got a Titanium, but not the other way round.

  (648) posted on 07.5.2010

Nice stuff. Keep it classy and it’ll make a good feature.

  (859) posted on 07.4.2010

movie star good looks. thanks for sharing the tax issue in hong kong. can we get it cheaper stateside?

  (780) posted on 07.1.2010

Sounds like a fair review of the Turbo. It sounds more user friendly now and less "hard-core" though. It appears that the Turbo is now the gentile Upper-echelon 911, while the enthusiast option is the GT2 or GT3....

  (765) posted on 06.30.2010

I’ve known about this car since September, but since it’s now been/being officially delivered to consumers I was curious as to review and owner’s impression about a car that easily goes for twice that of a very well equipped Carrera S.

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