Porsche Centre Colchester has just taken delivery of a brand new 911 GTS, finished in Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur colour, Crayon. For something even more unique, this demonstrator comes with a 7-speed manual gearbox instead of the usual PDK.
In recognition of this, our Sales Manager Richard Eniffer contacted the Exclusive Manufaktur department in Germany to produce some special illuminated carbon fibre door sills: #savethemanuals is our way of drawing attention to the special manual gearbox in this car.
The Exclusive Manufaktur department deals with special requests from customers from coloured stitching to leather interior trims and special paint colours, allowing you to make your Porsche truly unique.
To find out more about the possibilities Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur offers, or to book a demonstration drive in this special 911 GTS, call 01206 855500 or email email@example.com and speak to a member of our Sales Department.
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