On Thursday 11 May in Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart, the one-millionth 911 rolled off the production line. The 911 is a style icon that is unmistakable as both the face and the heart of the Porsche brand.
The one-millionth 911 is a Carrera S in the special colour ‘Irish Green’ and has many exclusive features following the original from 1963.
Dr Wolfgang Porsche, Chairman of the Supervisory Board at Porsche AG, has been a part of the development of the 911 since day one: “54 years ago, I was able to take my first trips over the Grossglockner High Alpine Road with my father. The feeling of being in a 911 is just as enjoyable now as it was then. That’s because the 911 has ensured that the core values of our brand are as visionary today as they were in the first Porsche 356/1 from 1948.”
Porsche Centre Tonbridge currently has 911 demonstrator vehicles available to drive. Contact our sales team on 01732 361222 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to book a demonstration drive in the iconic 911.
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