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by David Zalstein

A new limited edition Porsche 911 GTS Club Coupe has been revealed, commemorating 60 years of the Porsche Club of America (PCA).

Based on the Porsche 911 Carrera GTS, the rear-wheel-drive GTS Club Coupe will be limited to 60 units, with all finished in ‘Club Blau’ – a unique hue created exclusively for the anniversary edition model.

With the same 316kW/440Nm 3.8-litre flat-six engine and seven-speed manual or optional dual-clutch automatic transmission as the normal 911 GTS – priced locally from $268,700 – the Club special features adaptive dampers, a 10mm lower ride height and the 44mm wider body of the 911 Carrera 4.

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Exterior highlights include SportDesign add-ons, different side mirrors, black-framed bi-xenon headlights, tinted tail-lights, 20-inch Sport Classic wheels, a “ducktail” rear spoiler, black chrome exhaust tips and ‘Club Coupe’ door decals.

The cabin receives carbonfibre trim, Carmine Red seat belts and stitching, a Carmine Red tachometer, unique steering wheel and 60 years of PCA touches such as an embossed centre console lid, personalised dashboard trim and special stainless steel door sills.

For those looking for even more exclusivity, an Extended Club Coupe Package is available comprising a Club Blau key, leather key pouch and leather-edged floor mats.

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The largest Porsche club organisation in the world, Porsche Cars North America vice president of marketing Andre Oosthuizen said the Porsche Club of America is home to passionate ambassadors who have been fostering the appreciation and recognition of Porsche for 60 years.

The Porsche 911 GTS Club Coupe will launch in the US in June, priced at US$136,060 ($169,575) – around US$20k up on the standard 911 GTS. Only PCA members will able to purchase one of 59 vehicles, with the initial display vehicle able to be won via an online competition through the car club.

Click on the Photos tab for more images of the Porsche 911 GTS Club Coupe or, if you like the GTS touches, read our Porsche Boxster GTS Review here.




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