Porsche’s Heritage Design Edition Collection has the 2022 Porsche 911 as its latest 911 model. The style is reminiscent of the iconic 1960s-1970s Porsche period and was influenced by the 911 Carrera RS 2.7 and the original 911. The limited-edition Porsche version is now available to purchase for those Porsche fans are interested. It will be on sale in the United States for the 2023 model year, however only 1,250 copies are offered all over the world.
This stunning model is sure to be a hit with Porsche enthusiasts who are familiar with the history of the company. It’s the second model of Porsche’s Heritage Design Edition. It was introduced in 2020 with the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition. The Sports Classic combines many features from a variety of Porsches into one machine. It features the 911 Turbo S’s large body (without air intakes on the sides of the rear fenders) and the 911 Carrera RS 2.7’s iconic ducktail, as well as the 911 Turbo S’s very first 911 (997-gen).
The Sports Classic comes in four colors The colors are: Sport Grey Metallic (Agate Grey Metallic), Gentian Blue Metallic (Gentian Blue Metallic), and Black. Light Sport Grey will be available with the lollipop, side letters, as well as double racing stripes. They can be paired with any color you choose. Exterior highlights include a 1963 Crest as well as an Heritage Design plaque. Logos on the rear are gold-colored. 911 Sports Classic owners can buy an Porsche Design titanium watch to be matched to their car If this doesn’t look like enough luxury.
“This unique approach sees the Style Porsche design department working with Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur to reinterpret iconic 911 models and equipment from the 1950s through to the 1980s and to revive design features from those decades,” said Alexander Fabig, Vice President of Individualization and Classic.
Modern conveniences and improved performance counterbalance the retro appearance. The 2022 model has the identical twin-turbo flat six engine that is used in the 911 Turbo models (543 horsepower and 442 Lb.-ft. torque) however, it comes with a manual seven-speed transmission. The engine mapping was revised to be compatible with the latest transmission. This makes the 911 the most powerful 911 that is available today.
The sports car is able to go from zero to 62 mph in only 4.1 seconds. The stylish exterior and the two-tone leather interior are enhanced by the Pepita leather seats. Porsche’s Heritage Design Edition collection has all the features that the Sports Classic has. This stunning model has one problem What is the starting number be displayed on the side of the Porsche Heritage Design Edition?