A special variant of the recently introduced Porsche 911 GTS has been unveiled to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Porsche Club of America. Dubbed the Porsche 911 GTS Club Coupe, just 60 examples will be created with each painted in ‘Club Blau’ and costing about $20,000 more than the ‘standard’ Porsche 911 GTS.
Distinguishing the 911 GTS Gran Coupe from the typical 911 GTS is the Porsche SportDesign package. That kit normally costs $4990 but comes standard on the Porsche 911 GTS Gran Coupe. It includes a prominent ducktail spoiler as well as a set of 20-inch Fuchs-inspired Sport Classic wheels.
In the cabin, all 60 examples of the German sports car will be adorned in black alcantara with a selection of Carmine Red stitching found throughout. Elsewhere, the 911 GTS Gran Coupe includes a selection of carbon fibre elements alongside special Porsche Club of American badging.
Beyond these elements, the car remains identical to the Porsche 911 GTS. Consequently, it is powered by 911’s staple 3.8-litre flat-six engine delivering a total of 424 hp. This represents a 30 hp rise of the Carrera S. As a result, the 911 GTS Gran Coupe equipped with the PDK dual-clutch transmission sprints to 100 km/h from a standstill in 4 seconds flat.
Beyond the engine, the Porsche 911 GTS range is also fitted with PASM active dampers as well as the usually optional Sport Chrono package as standard. The PASM damper system helps drop the ride height by 10 mm. Other exciting standard features include a special sports exhaust system, bi-xenon headlights with the Porsche Dynamic Light System as well as a range of interior components now finished in alcantara.