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Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Rennsport Reunion Edition Unveiled

Only 25 copies of this North American-exclusive model will hit the market.

Kelly Pleskot
Sep 25, 2015

Porsche has revealed a special 911 in honor of the fifth Rennsport Reunion gathering this weekend. The Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Rennsport Reunion Edition is making its way to the North American market, but only a handful of copies will be sold.

The limited-edition model features a Fashion Grey paint job as well as decorative black and red decals running across the body. Smoked-out LED headlights and 20-inch Sport Classic wheels painted in high-gloss black finish off the look.

Inside, look for carbon fiber trim on the dashboard and contrast red stitching along the steering wheel, door panels, and other parts of the cabin. The center compartment lid features an embossed Rennsport Reunion V logo, and GTS badging adorn the headrests of the seats. Buyers also receive 18-way adaptive sport seats, a Bose audio system, and rear park assist as standard equipment.

Like the standard 911 Carrera GTS, the model delivers 430 hp from a 3.8-liter flat-six engine. But the special-edition model is not available with the PDK, leaving a manual as the only transmission option. Porsche says the car is capable of hitting 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds.

Priced at $149,330, the Rennsport Reunion Edition is quite a bit more expensive than the standard 911 GTS, which starts at just over $115,000. But considering only 25 copies of this North American-exclusive model will hit the market, it is likely well worth the price.

Source: Porsche

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