Introducing our Showroom Porsche 911, 992 showcasing the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur customization options. This 992 has been aimed totally at any avid Wolverhampton Wanderers fans. The exterior colour is Lava Orange and on opening the doors, the illuminated internal door sills carry one of the fans popular quote’s ‘Wolves Ay We’ making the car very close to any Wolves Fans heart.
The 992 has a top speed of 191 mph and can achieve 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds. The 992 has an 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) gearbox, Sport-Tex black leather interior. The customization is available across the whole model range to make your Porsche, ‘your Porsche’.
We were thrilled that some of the Wolverhampton Wanderers ladies football team popped in to join us for breakfast between training sessions to have a look around the 911. For more pictures of the Porsche 992 please visit out Facebook page.
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