Porsche has released a video in which they explain the design philosophy behind the 911th Anniversary Edition.

This year Porsche is celebrating its 50th anniversary and one of their products was specially created for this occasion. The company’s design manager Tony Hatter takes us on a tour with the Carrera S-based 911 50th Anniversary Edition which will be built in a limited quantity of 1963 units as a connection to the year when the first 911 saw the light of day.

The rear-wheel drive model wears the wide body of the Carrera 4 and is distinguished by its retro-inspired 20-inch alloy wheels, green numerals on the dials, chrome trim strips on the front air inlets, compartment grille and between the taillights, along with a couple of bespoke exterior paint schemes and the compulsory badging.

It is already available across dealerships in Europe and United States, being priced in Germany from 121,119 EUR (VAT included) while in the U.S. it can be had for 124,100 USD (excluding 950 USD destination charges).

Gallery: Porsche explains the 911 50th Anniversary Edition design [video]

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