Porsche Exclusive announced in a June 10 press release that a new special edition 911, the “Martini Racing Edition,” will be available to select markets with only 80 being produced. This new model is being released at roughly the same time as the June 14-15 Le Mans 24 Hours, which marks Porsche’s return to endurance motorsports.
The “Martini Racing Edition” 911 Carrera S will come in either a black or white body finish, with a special “Martini Racing Design” decor set, similar to the decor found on the Porsche 917 and 935 “Moby Dick” race cars of the past. Porsche has also included a new front apron and fixed rear wing, both from the Aerokit Cup package.
Open the door to get in, and the steel door sill panels will have an illuminated “911 Carrera S – Martina Racing Edition” badge, so owners are always reminded of how unique their car is. Other additions to the cabin include dashboard accents with the “Martini Racing Edition” badge, a sport steering wheel and the Sport Chrono package as standard features.
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Powering the car is a 3.8-liter flat six-cylinder engine that produces 400 hp. Mated to this engine is the PDK transmission, which will get the car from 0-62 mph in 4.1 seconds.
The Porsche 911 Carrera S “Martini Racing Edition” will be available to the markets in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Poland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Finland and Great Britain this month. In August, Chinese markets will see the car, while Japan and Latin America will have to wait until October. Porsche will also be offering the Martini decal set as an aftermarket kit for select 911 models in Germany and other markets, including North America.