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News Porsche Expands Custom Offerings and Vintage One-Offs

Porsche Expands Custom Offerings and Vintage One-Offs

Porsche expanding custom options

  • Porsche lets you have it your way

  • Showcasing new programs with custom off-road Cayenne models


Even in a world of cars and crossovers where the best models are extremely limited, Porsche is ready to help you one-up the competition at your local car meet (remember those?). The brand’s Exclusiv Manufaktur program, Tequipment, and Porsche Classic are all now expanding their offerings and operations, giving you more ways to customise your German sports car old or new. And that includes complete one-offs if you’re willing to cough up the cash.

Porsche Exclusiv Manufaktur already offers a thorough level of customisation for buyers including paint choices, retrofitting of parts, and special interior choices. They’re adding more options including wrapping cars, floor mats, colours, logos, and even text. Want your signature on the centre console lid? No problem.

That’s not the glamour part of the program, though, which starts with Porsche Tequipment and Porsche Classic. They already offer more than 60,000 spare parts for your Porsche ranging from the oldest 356s to first-generation Cayenne models, and everything else. That’s accessories, performance-enhancing parts, and just plain spares that you need to keep your Porsche running. They’ll completely restore your vehicle as well, doing 100 such models per year as new as 2000s-era 911 and Boxster models. Tequipment offers performance parts and now has more than 500 choices, continuing to grow.

They’re showing off the new factory refinishing through a pair of super-cool first-gen Cayenne one-offs. Those cars get tailgate spare tire covers, roof racks with off-road lights, beefier wheels, and cool retro graphics. It’s a rebirth of a program Porsche offered in the 1970s and they will make your car truly a one-of-one on request. Buyers of these most special cars will even get a factory ID card for when they visit head office to help design their own car and watch it completed.

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