The new, custom-made color is inspired by the Fashion Gray paint that first appeared on the Porsche 356 and features hand-painted lighter racing stripes and custom numbered badges on the sides. Inside, door panels and seats are trimmed with two-tone upholstery in classic Pepita sloping style.

But it’s the iconic Fuchs rear spoiler and 1970s rims that clearly distinguish the Sport Classic from its standard models and visually connect it to the inspiration of 1972, a model that now ranks among the most popular 911s ever produced. .

Alexander Fabage, Head of Classic Porsche Customization and Chief Classics, said: Heritage models represent the most emotional concepts of Porsche’s product strategy.

“With this unique approach, Porsche Style Design is working with the exclusive Porsche manufacturer to reinterpret iconic 911 models and equipment from the 1950s and 1980s, bringing design elements from those decades to life.”

A total of 1,250 models will be produced, with prices starting at £209,540 in the UK. Orders are accepted from April 28, 2022, and deliveries will begin in July. The right-hand drive version will make its debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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