On May 11, 2017, the sports car icon marked the production of the one millionth vehicle. For almost 54 years, the Porsche 911 has been at the heart of the Porsche brand and has played a major role in its success. There are very few other cars in the world that can look back on such a long history of tradition and continuity or that have achieved as many victories in motorsport. Manufactured from the start in Zuffenhausen, each generation has set new standards in terms of driving dynamics, efficiency and everyday convenience.
The one millionth 911 is a one-off piece based on the Carrera S, with an enhanced 450 bhp engine and a seven-speed manual transmission. Painted in the special colour 'Irish Green' and individually equipped with leather seats whose centres feature the original Pepita pattern from 1964, this unique car is reminiscent of Ferry Porsche’s first official 911. The company founder had one of the first series cars painted green, his favourite colour. He was presented with the car on October 19, 1964.