Gold-Painted 911 Turbo By Porsche Exclusive

Porsche 911 Turbo by Porsche Exclusive

This 911 Turbo in Lime Gold Metallic is the latest example that Porsche Exclusive, the official customising division of Porsche, has been kind enough to share with us.

In case you don’t already know, Porsche Exclusive has been personalising vehicles since 1986 and every once in a while, we get to see some of their cars.

The striking colour is just the beginning. The 911 Turbo in Lime Gold Metallic also features blacked-out Bi-Xenon headlights including Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), privacy glazing, taillights in clear glass look and 20-inch Sport Classic wheels.


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But wait until you see inside! The two-tone leather trim interior in Agate Grey and Lime Gold features a carbon centre console trim and personalised illuminated door sill guards in carbon.

There is even decorative stitching in Lime Gold on the dashboard, door trim, backrests, air vents, steering column, transmission tunnel, leather storage compartment lid, rear seat and floor mats!

However the mechanical package of the car was left untouched, which means the customized 911 Turbo is motivated by the same 513hp (520PS) 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine linked to a standard seven-speed dual clutch transmission (PDK). That means the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.4 seconds and top speed is 315 km/h (196 mph).

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Rod Stewart’s Lamborghini Fetches Nearly £1Million

Rod Stewart's Lamborgini

Rod Stewart’s old Lamborghini, which he bought for £8,000 back in 1972, has sold for £919,000 at auction – that’s more than 100 times more than the singer paid for it!

The 68-year-old rocker bought the yellow, 186mph car on the back of hit single Maggie May and No 1 album Every Picture Tells A Story. He also asked for the car to have a cassette player with a record function – so he could store tunes that came into his head.

The Lamborghini is one of only seven right-hand drive Miura SVs ever made and went up for auction at the Bonhams’ Goodwood Revival sale in Chichester, West Sussex. Earlier this year, the car took part in Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary celebrations in Italy.


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The Miura is named after Don Eduardo Miura, a famous breeder of fighting bulls. Its arrival in 1966 established Lamborghini as a major challenger to Ferrari as a maker of luxury sporting cars. The SV was the ultimate Miura and was the world’s fastest production car when it was introduced.

A representative from Bonham’s suggested that it was the last of the line and in near perfect condition, but is that the reason for the high bidding war or is it the story this supercar has to tell..?