Porsche Asia have quietly announced the launch of a limited edition Carrera Cup model – with just 30 units on offer exclusively for the growing Chinese market.

Like most special Porsches, the limited Carrera Cup Asia, makes absolutely no effort in hiding its performance heritage or close relationship to the race track. The available color schemes further emphasize this point – Guard Red, Carrera White, and black all come with in-your-face Porsche Racing decals and painted, lightweight 19” wheels. Let’s just say you’ll never mistake it in traffic or on the track for that matter.

Power is the same as the “normal” Carrera S at 385HP and 420Nm whilst the 0-100km/h sprint time is improved to 4.3 secs (from 4.6) due to more clever shedding of weight without compromising on comfort. They are only available with the 7 speed PDK transmission though – a bummer if you’re a serious driver wanting total control, but don’t let that deter you one bit as it’ll still hit 300km/h. This is still a Porsche and a drivers’ one at that.

Inside you’ll find special alcantara Recaro seats that are bespoke to the car, with the option of carbon fiber backrests for that racy feel - not that they’re necessary. There are red signatures spread throughout the cabin that stir the blood, of which our favorite being the illuminated Carrera S logo housed in the carbon fiber door sill. Who wouldn’t want to spend all their time in here?! The limited edition plaque on the inside completes the unique experience: “whoever drives this car is amongst the winners” You can be certain of that!

Remember, you saw it here first!


Source: Porsche China

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  (630) posted on 03.23.2011

wow! For sure this car has a lot of potential to become a racing car. But for this car, i think its similar with the traditional Porsche and I think power is not upgraded.

  (701) posted on 03.17.2011

I can’t believe that they are actually maks a production for this car!
I don’t even understand,how does the concept passed! I think its better if they modified the car and joined it in the race track!

  (129) posted on 11.2.2010

Did you guys even read your own article that you linked to? The last GT3 Cup was also based on the GT3 RS. Duh.

  (257) posted on 10.28.2010

And with the disappointing 918 Spyder which has gone into submission with the hybrid crap and don’t even get me started on the Cayenne. Porsche needs to get it together.

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