Porsche is planning to release four Heritage Design models to commemorate the company’s long and spectacular history. The first is the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition, and it looks spectacular.
Shown here in the exclusive Cherry Metallic paint, the Heritage Design Edition also comes in Black, Guards Red, and GT Silver Metallic. The historical motorsports-inspired livery, consists of spear-shaped white stripes on the fenders, “Porsche” decals on the side, and a large, circular number card on the door. From the back, you can spot a Heritage Design Edition by the Porsche Heritage badge on the rear grille. According to Porsche, the design is based on the badge awarded to Porsche 356 owners who took their cars to the 100,000-kilometer mark.
The special, two-tone interior is offered in Bordeaux Red over Atacama Beige or Black leather over Atacama Beige. More interesting is the corduroy accents on the seats and door panels, a nod to the corduroy trim available on the original 356. Green illumination under the Sport Chrono stopwatch and in the tachometer, a numbered special badge, and a perforated roof liner also come with every Targa 4S HDE.
Performance-wise, the Heritage Design Edition is still a 992-generation 911 Targa 4S. That means a twin-turbocharged flat six making 443 hp and sending it to all four wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic or a seven-speed manual. Pricing starts at $180,600, $44,050 more than the standard Targa 4S. If you’ve still got money in your wallet after that, Porsche will also sell you a matching, $14,000 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition wristwatch.
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