2019 911 Turbo S Cabriolet Exclusive Series

More exclusive than most Exclusives

Porsche’s 991 Turbo S Exclusive Series was just that, super-exclusive, as it was limited to just 500 units worldwide with 300 of those being Coupes and 200 Cabriolets. Built to launch the new Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur program across the globe, this special car was the most powerful Turbo you could buy at the time with 607 bhp and featured many “exclusive” touches such as 20” Carbon-Fiber wheels, exposed carbon-weave stripes, and an interior filled with carbon and seats trimmed in two layers of perforated leather.

The vast majority of Exclusive Series Turbos were painted in Golden Yellow Metallic, which makes this 2019 911 Turbo S Cabriolet Exclusive Series even rarer as it is finished in Carrera White Metallic. The only other example I can recall finished like this one was from… you guessed it… The White Collection.

Other than the paint, everything else is more or less standard Exclusive Series fare including the Carbon wheels, Black Leather with Golden Yellow perforation and accents, lots of carbon fiber, and Exclusive Series badging noting this as car #33 out of the 200 Cabriolets built.

The car is in excellent condition with 6,000 miles on the odometer. Every inch of the car is photographed and includes paint meter readings as well as both keys and all of the accessories that came with the car when bought new. A beautiful example even with “higher” mileage.

Over the last twelve months, these cars have remained fairly steady at around $300,000 with the previously mentioned White Collection car topping off the charts at $380,000. But that example had just 32 miles compared to this example’s 6k.

The highest mileage car in this time frame was another Cabriolet finished in the standard Golden Yellow Metallic with just over 4,000 miles. It hammered for $275,000, which makes the $276,000 paid for this example seem fair as although it had higher miles, it was in the much rarer shade of Carrara White Metallic. I know which one I’d rather have. ⚪️

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