- Year: 2011
- Make: Porsche
- Model: 911 Speedster
- Mileage: 12
- Engine: 3.8 Liter Flat Six
- Transmission: 7-Speed PDK
- Body Style: Convertible
- Exterior Color: Custom Black Metallic
- Interior Color: Full Black Leather
- 3.8 Liter Flat Six Engine with 408 Horsepower
- PCCB - Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes
- PASM - Porsche Active Suspension Management
- 190 Mph Top Speed
- 0-60 in Four Seconds
- Believed to be the only Triple Black Speedster in existence
This is a very special 911 - the 2011 Speedster. This particular car was ordered by a friend of the Porsche Family and is number 2 out of 356 Speedsters built. It is 1 of 100 built for the U.S. market and is believed to be the only Triple Black Speedster built.
This version of the 911 Speedster was built to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Porsche Exclusive, which is their own in-house customization department. Speedsters have been sold before, with a new version scheduled for production in early 2019. This is the second of four versions of Speedsters produced. The bodywork is unique to this car using a shortened and steeper raked windshield, widened front and rear fenders, and a double-humped tonneau cover for the manual fabric roof.
The engine used is a 3.8-liter flat-six with 408 horsepower. This is connected to a seven-speed PDK automatic gearbox and a limited slip differential. The car also has Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) and Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB). The wheels are unique to the Speedster and are Black spoked alloy wheels with 235/35/19 tires up front and 295/30/19 tires in the rear. 0-60 times are right at 4 seconds with a top speed of 190MPH.
The Paint-To-Sample color of Custom Black Metallic was normally offered, but was put on this car from the factory. Other unique touches include tinted front headlights, black headlight trim, and blacked out windshield frame. It is believed to be the only one like this in existence.
As it sits now, it has 12 miles from new. The car has all the documentation including the specification sheet, spare, jack, and tools. It is in as new collection and is now in the American Muscle Car Museum with the more than 20 other highly-collectible Porsches in the 300+ car collection.