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Car and Driver: Really, Really, Ridiculously Good-Looking: Porsche 911 Targa 4S Exclusive Design Edition


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Porsche’s Exclusive program is once again applying its magic touch, this time to a limited-edition 911 Targa 4S. Dubbed the Exclusive Design Edition, the transformable 911 will be limited to approximately 100 cars worldwide, a Porsche spokesperson told us.

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Dipped in a coat of Etna Blue paint—a color Porsche notes was once applied to the 1960–1961 Porsche 356B—the Exclusive Design Edition lives up to its name by being a by-the-books design package. That means this beauty maintains momentum via the Targa 4S’s standard 420-hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo flat-six. Setting the exterior apart are badges painted in the same blue paint as the exterior body panels, black exhaust tips, and a black rear decklid vent. Meanwhile, the car’s Targa bar, 20-inch RS wheels, and throwback lower door graphics are all rendered in white gold metallic.

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Inside, the Exclusive Design Edition’s 18-way sports seats, as well as a number of interior touch points—including the HVAC vents—are wrapped in blue cowhide. Marking the car’s extra-special nature are a center-console armrest embossed with the 911 Targa’s distinct silhouette, dashboard lettering that reads “Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur”, and Exclusive Design Edition sill plates.

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Although Porsche hasn’t released pricing information for the handful of 911 Targa 4S Exclusive Design Editions expected to make their way to our shores, we expect the all-wheel-drive sports car to cost a good $20,000 more than the $123,650 asked for a standard Targa 4S.

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