The Porsche 911 is turning heads with a new, limited-edition two-tone leather interior available for all trim levels.
Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, the automaker’s bespoke department, will offer 911 interiors in four color combinations: Bordeaux Red/Crayon, Black/Slate Grey, Slate Grey/Iceland Green and Graphite Blue/Mojave Beige.
The interiors will also include quilted seat inserts; numerous decorative seams, as well as cross stitching on the steering wheel, in contrasting colors; Porsche logo embossing on the center console and head restraints; and seat belt outlets trimmed in Race-Tex.
Of course, these aren’t the only bespoke options available to 911 drivers.
“Personalization plays an important role at Porsche,” Alexander Fabig, vice president for individualization, said in a statement. “Around 90 percent of all 911 models are customized to order for customers, and 25% of all cars in this series delivered worldwide go through our Exclusive Manufaktur.”
“With the new ‘Leather Interior Exclusive Manufaktur’ option, we are adding another highlight to our range, which comprises approximately 700 options,” he added.
With the Porsche 911 starting at $97,000, it’s the type of craftsmanship you’d expect to see in a luxury cabin.