A Porsche as individual as your own fingerprint. This is the promise delivered by Porsche Exclusive. With an extensive range of colors and luxurious materials, such as leather, Alcantara, wood, carbon and aluminum, you have as many personal design options available as there are desires associated with a Porsche. The Porsche Exclusive personalization range is the perfect expression of your personal freedom and individual lifestyle.Learn more
It takes time to craft something truly exceptional. It requires patience, concentration and commitment. It needs dedication and the hands, heart and soul of a skilled person as true value does not originate solely from the work of machines. Special things can only be created if people, masters of their craft, use their hands and their expertise, their ideas and their personality. This is and always has been the way Porsche works – and so it will continue.Learn more
Each Porsche is something truly special. For one simple reason: you can sense the passion of each individual employee, right down to the last detail. This passion is the reason why the exceptional is created time and time again. The result? Vehicles full of personality and character.
This brings us to the most important thing: we take the time that is required. And this can be seen, felt and experienced in every single Porsche.
Customized vehicles are a tradition at Porsche. Our wealth of experience goes back a long way. From the outset, we made it our goal to bring the customization wishes of customers to life. Starting with implementation of the very first special requests for the Porsche 356 to this day, we have been producing unique models and limited production runs under the motto 'Individuality straight from the factory'. Until 1986, this was referred to as the "Sonderwunschprogramm" (Special Wishes Programme). It was then renamed Porsche Exclusive. The philosophy has remained unchanged.Learn more
“In the beginning I looked around and could not find quite the car I dreamed of. So I decided to build it myself.”
Prof. Dr. Ing. h.c. Ferry Porsche
In the early fifties, dreams were already coming true in Stuttgart Zuffenhausen. This 356 was covered in fake fur.
A Porsche 356 Cabriolet with a ski rack.
The customized Porsche 356 "bent window".
The Porsche 356 A Carrera with individually adapted "Sebring" exhaust system.
The Porsche 356 B "Karman Hardtop" with two-tone color to sample paintwork.
A Porsche 911 S 2.0 as a special customer order for the "London-Sydney" rally.
15 identical 911 Carrera RS 3.0 vehicles, which were created for the "International Race of Champions" (IROC) series.
Conductor Herbert von Karajan's Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 was unique in featuring the lightweight body of the Carrera RS with "Martini stripes" and large Turbo logos.
Interior of a 911 Turbo 3.0 with special equipment.
From 1978 onwards, the "Sonderwunsch" (special wishes) department became responsible for modifications and conversions to standard-production vehicles.
In 1986, Porsche was the first car manufacturer to set up a department specializing in vehicle customization: Porsche Exclusive.
This 911 Turbo 3.3 "Slant Nose" Cabriolet was built for an American female tennis player.
In 1989, seven Porsche 959 vehicles were built for a Sheik, which have remained unique to this day.
Craftsmanship: leather-covered air vent slats, buttons and car radio.
Work of art on four wheels: This 911 Turbo is a highlight in the history of Porsche Exclusive.
Interior of 911 with embossed Clubsport steering wheel and car telephone.
The 911 "America Roadster GS" was created as a one-off for a collector in the US.
The unique 911 Turbo Cabriolet (996) of the designer Carlo Rampazzi.
A Porsche Exclusive color concept for the 911 Turbo (993).
A Porsche Boxster with interior in carbon.
Leather interior in the national colors of Oman.
A Porsche 911 Carrera with "Aerokit Cup" and SportDesign rims.
A Porsche 911 Carrera with the Exclusive "Aerokit Cup".
A Porsche 911 Carrera S (997) with painted wheel spokes.
The Porsche 911 Carrera S in Estoril Blue Metallic with "Aerokit Cup".
Porsche Exclusive offers a comprehensive range for vehicle personalisation. The options for personalising your Porsche and transforming it into a unique vehicle are virtually limitless.
"The last car ever built will be a Sports Car."
Prof. Dr. Ing. h.c. Ferry Porsche
935 Street: As a one-off in 1983, Porsche built a street-legal version of the type 935 racing car. The combination of power and luxury made the 935 Street unique in its time.
911 Turbo S Lightweight: In 1992 and 1993, the 911 Turbo S Lightweight was the highlight of the Porsche model range. Thanks to an uncompromising weight-saving construction, all 86 exclusive models produced delivered extraordinary performance.
911 Carrera 2 Speedster Turbolook: In 1993, Porsche realized an exclusive customer dream: 15 cars of the then brand-new 911 Carrera 2 Speedster were given the prestigious Turbolook by Porsche Exclusive. The brake system of the 911 Turbo was also available as an option.
911 Turbo Slant Nose: A standout feature of the type 964 series, the 911 Turbo Coupé was available in slant nose design. The makeover was limited to 76 models and, in addition to other style modifications, many of these were given an uprated Turbo engine.
911 Turbo Cabriolet: A Porsche Exclusive special for sun-loving and power-hungry customers, the 911 Turbo was produced in Cabriolet form in 1995 available to just 14 customers.
911 Carrera Speedster: One of the rarest Porsche cars ever, the 911 Carrera Speedster was based on the 911 (type 993) model series. Only two were made in 1995 and 2000.
911 Turbo S: With the 911 Turbo S manufactured from 1997 to 1998, the Porsche Exclusive small-scale production reached its high point but also its climax for the time being. The 993 Turbo S, of which a total of 345 cars were built, was the only model in the series to achieve a top speed of 300 km/h (186 mph).
911 Sport Classic: This small-scale production run limitied to 250 cars from 2009 to 2010 blended the traditional with the modern to create a typical Porsche work of art: the 911 Sport Classic with double-dome roof, ‘ducktail’ and 19-inch Sport Classic wheels with the traditional styling of Fuchs wheels.
911 Speedster: Produced in a limited quantity of 356 from 2010 to 2011, the 911 Speedster not only impressed with its handcrafted, personalized interior, it distinguished itself visually from all other members of the 911 family thanks to its shorter windscreen frame, rear apron with side air outlets and dynamically styled Speedster hood compartment lid with two muscular haunches.
911 Club Coupe: The first two Porsche Clubs comprised 13 members. That was 60 years ago. Since then, their number has grown to 651 globally recognized Porsche Clubs with around 186,000 members. A unique sports car was created in 2012 to honor the first club charters: the 911 Club Coupe. – with a strictly limited edition of just 13 cars.
Panamera Exclusive Series: Based on the Panamera Turbo S Executive the Panamera Exclusive Series, limited to 100 cars, was created at Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur in 2014 and 2015. Highlights: leather interior in Poltrona Frau, a unique blended paint finish, a limited edition badge and the new Porsche Rear Seat Entertainment Plus system.