Porsche has special plans for the 911’s 50th anniversary


It’s been half a century since the first Porsche 911 showed up at the 1963 Frankfurt Auto Show and wooed the world. Now, 50 years later, the German automaker will unveil a special tribute to mark the 911’s anniversary. The company has kept its plans for the car’s 50th anniversary a secret. Though if guesses prove to be right, the company could indeed showcase a special edition 911 commemorating the car’s 50th birthday!

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The car could most likely make an appearance at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show next September. Besides this, Porsche has also drawn up plans to unveil the track-ready GT3, the Turbo grand tourer, the Targa and the GT2 supercar with RS versions of the GT3 and GT2 also to be rolled out.
[Motorauthority]

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