Photos of the new Porsche 911, which was created to mark 50 years since the car was first manufactured, have been released.
Just 1,963 of the model will be made, in homage to the year in which the 911 was first unveiled to the public.
The limited model is based on the Carrera S and is due to grace the Frankfurt Motor Show with its presence, autoexpress.com reports. The 398bhp, 3.8-litre, six-cylinder engine has also been plucked straight from the Carrera S, with a seven-speed manual gearbox fitted as standard.
The model is now available to order, with first deliveries set to arrive in September 2013. It will be priced at £92,257, which is £8,809 more than a standard Carrera S; however that extra money ensures exclusivity due to the limited number of vehicles being produced.
Those who find their ears perk up at the mere mention of this model should first consider vehicle security before taking the plunge, though, as the model is likely to be a new favourite amongst would-be car thieves.
The anniversary 911 boasts bespoke styling, with 20-inch alloys boasting matt black sections with machine-polished centres. Other classic features include the chrome trim on the engine grille and special trim for the front air inlets, telegraph.co.uk reports.
The addition will be made available in three colours in keeping with the classic theme: Graphite Grey, Geyser Grey Metallic and Black.