The Porsche 911 Turbo S has been ranked as the most powerful of all its rivals. While the regular 911 Turbo S can hit 572bhp, the exclusive series can manage up to 598bhp. Meanwhile the Torque remains at 553lb ft.

According to the manufacturer, the fuel consumption doesn’t differ. Similarly, to the standard car, the exclusive Turbo S is rated at 31mpg combined.

What makes the Exclusive Series exclusive?

The whole point in Porsche designing an Exclusive Series is to promote Porsche’s ‘Exclusive Manufaktur’ personalisation department. This has been compared to McLaren’s MSO and Ferrari’s Tailor-Made arm concept. So, if you want unique features on your 911 they are definitely the brand you should keep in mind.

Additionally, the 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series allows for plenty of carbon ram-air scoops on the engine cover. Also on the interior trim they include black stainless steel exhausts and copper threads, features that certainly catch the eye of the passer-by.

Why gold paint?

During its launch, the motor is being shown in metallic Golden Yellow paint. However, other various colours are available. Every single Exclusive Series 911 has carbonfibre side skirts, bonnet and roof. The stripes that are visible in the picture are also carbon weave, not stickers.

A feature included in all standard models is the Sport Chrono pack, which includes launch control, extra driving modes and a pretty impressive everything-up-to-11 Sport Response switch.

What’s the cost?

Yes, it’s a hefty price but some would say ‘totally worth it’. At a price of £189,916, there’s a huge £39k price jump from the standard Porsche 911 Turbo S, which is usually priced at around £147,540.

The accessorising wristwatch comes in at a minimum of £8,700+VAT, wow! So, be sure to start saving if you want to invest in any of these fabulously luxurious pieces. Or, hire a Porsche from Limo Broker and experience the exact same driving luxury but at a much lower cost!