Celebrating 60 years of the largest Porsche club in the world, Porsche Cars North America has worked with Porsche to introduce the Club Coupe based on the 911 Carrera GTS. The GTS Club Coupe features an exclusive paint job dubbed “Club Blau” and a body that’s 44 mm wider than the Carrera 4 models. Other key signifiers include SportDesign side mirrors, black framed Bi-Xenon headlights with Porsche’s Dynamic Light System, and taillights tinted in black, while the doors are marked with black “Club Coupe” insignia. The SportDesign package also features a refined front fascia as well as a “ducktail” rear spoiler. The standard 20-inch wheels are painted in semi-gloss black with polished wheel centers and rim flanges.
The interior’s not so bad either as the GTS Interior Package can be seen throughout. Stitching, seat belts, and even the rev counter are featured in contrasting Carmine Red, while carbon fiber can be seen on the dashboard trim strips, door trim, and center console. The steering wheel has a red 12 o’clock market and two-tone stitching in Carmine Red and Blue. Other subtle detailing includes the embossed “60” on the center compartment lid and the dashboard trim having “GTS Club Coupe 60 Years Porsche Club of America” lettering above the glove compartment. Open the door and you’ll see the stainless steel door sills read “GTS Club Coupe”.
Performance enhancements include an upgrade to the Carrera S engine found in the 911 Carrera GTS. The GTS Club Coupe will dish out 430 horses as it goes from 0 to 60 in 3.8 seconds with the help of Porsche’s PDK transmission. Top speed is at 190 mph while a standard Sport Exhaust system with black chrome tips is just icing on the cake.
The Porsche GTS Club Coupe will be available starting this June, with Porsche Club of America members having the opportunity to purchase one of 59 vehicles while also being eligible to win the initial display vehicle. More details are coming on February 1st to pca.org. The car’s MSRP is set to $136,060.