The Internet has revealed every colour and trim combination for the sold-out limited edition Porsche 911 R – including a breakdown of where each was sold nationwide.
Instagram feed ‘rhd911r’ has listed 29 examples of the $404,700 manual-only supercar in the Australia, with 11 in New South Wales, seven in Victoria, four in Queensland, three in South Australia, two in the Australian Capital Territory and one each in Tasmania and Western Australia. A source has since confirmed these as accurate.
The most popular combination for the stripped-back, spoiler-less 4.0-litre flat six manual model is white with red stripes, with a dominant eight entering the country in that colour combination (four NSW, two QLD, one each VIC/SA).
Finding five owners each is the white with green stripes combination (three VIC, one each NSW/SA) and GT silver without stripes (two NSW, one each VIC/WA/ACT).
Only three buyers each have purchased black with green stripes (one each ACT/NSW/QLD) and GT silver with red stripes (one each NSW/SA/VIC).
The remaining 911 R models are one of a kind in Australia: including Mexico blue without stripes; racing yellow without stripes; ivory without stripes; fashion grey without stripes; and GT silver with matte black stripes.
It comes in the same week that Sydney car dealership Scuderia Graziani listed a white version of the 3.8sec 0-100km/h coupe for a staggering $1.2 million – three times its $404K retail price new, and following last year’s prediction by British finance experts Magnitude Finance that the manual-only supercar could stir record levels of used-car appreciation.