This Porsche 911 Turbo S has a $100,000 paintjob from factory

We can't get over that colour!

6w ago

Being able to configure your brand new sports car through Porsche's exclusive manufactur department is one of the greatest privileges in life. It basically means Porsche will do anything you want them to do to your car in order to personalise it as much as possible...but this all comes at a price.

What you're looking at here is a brand new Turbo S with a $100,000 paintjob from Porsche. This brings its total cost to $364,170 which may just make it the most expensive Turbo S in existence.

The paint in question is called Urban Bamboo Chromaflair and it is applied to the car by hand and includes many layers including a flake which gives it properties to change colour depending on the light.

So, how do you go about getting this paint on your car? Well, firstly you will need to spend $12,380 to get a custom color from Porsche, but to get the Chromaflair finish, you will have to fork out another $86,040.

This range of colour falls under the CXX bespoke line within Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, which is basically the place where the most insane creations are made.

It's truly an amazing colour and perfect for the #MakeGreenGreatAgain movement. So, who's with us?

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Comments (20)

  • Overpriced optional extras and excessively priced paint schemes is where Porsche make mega cash.

    Can’t fault the business model however the mug is the punter at the end, paying.

    People - when speccing a car, please exercise restraint otherwise depreciation will be your best friend.

      1 month ago
    • True, but if I was in a position to own this car and spec it from new the way I wanted, I would. I would also never sell it meaning I couldn’t care less about depreciation. That’s just me though

        1 month ago
    • Ok. If money is no object then fine.

        1 month ago
  • #MakeGreenGreatAgain

      1 month ago
  • I mean i sort of get why you’d put this on your car. But. Couldn’t this man got the EXACT SAME colour for cheaper custom. I see the exclusive factor but I can’t say it’s a very good financial decision IMO.

      1 month ago
  • Different strokes for different folks. I’d rather have it wrapped and keep the change for replacing the wrap annually after road tar and grime accumulates whilst enjoying the drive. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

      1 month ago
  • not for me I don't like it

      1 month ago