Based on the GT3 but also leveraging on the GT3 R, the Speedster gets its mojo from a 4.0-liter engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission. The streamliner humps are hiding no fewer than 502 horsepower from the six-cylinder boxer, which develops up to 346 pound-feet of torque at the crankshaft.
The Heritage Design Package comes courtesy of Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur and it’s exclusively available in GT Silver Metallic. The Gumball-styled decals in white can be optioned with the customer’s favorite number, and 20-inch wheels come standard. The center-lock wheels are finished in Platinum Silver, and as you’d expected from a GT3-based special edition, the steering wheel features a center stripe.
Last, but certainly not least, Porsche is much obliged to sell you the Flyback-Chronograph in addition to the car. The timepiece boasts Werk 01.200 movement and carbon fiber. The rotor, for example, draws inspiration from the center-lock wheels of the 911 Speedster Heritage Design. As for the strap and stitching, those are manufactured from the leather and threads that Porsche uses in the cabin of the special edition.
Since November 27th, the Porsche 911 entered the 992 era with the Carrera S and Carrera 4S. Both utilize a 3.0-liter engine with a twin-turbo setup capable of 450 PS (444 horsepower) and 530 Nm (391 pound-feet) of torque. So far, only the coupe and convertible have been revealed.