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There are 640 Official Porsche Clubs with 181,000 members in 75 countries around the world. To mark its 60th anniversary of the first Porsche clubs in Germany, the company has readied a special edition version of the 991 aptly named the 991 Club Coupe.
The 991 is based on the latest 911 Carrera S, and the new model is available exclusively to Porsche Club members with production that is limited to 13 units. One unit will remain with Porsche.
All 13 examples of the 911 Club Coupe are painted in a classic “Brewster Green” hue and feature the standard Sport Design Package that adds a new front bumper and a 'ducktail' rear spoiler, while riding on 20-inch SportTechno alloy wheels.
Only 12 club members will have the chance to acquire one 911 Club Coupe, each through a lottery and only after they register their interest on Porsche's dedicated website until July 16, 2012. Pricing in Germany is set at €142,831 (excluding taxes) and in the U.S., at $175,580.