Rather than handing the keys of the priceless one millionth Porsche 911 to a famous racing driver like Walter Rohrl, Porsche gave 11 local residents from Stuttgart, Germany the opportunity to drive what is arguably the world’s most famous sports car.
Ever since the 911 was first introduced in 1963, it has been built in Stuttgart and anyone that has visited the city will know how proud locals are to live in the home of the 911, making the carmaker’s gesture all the more significant for those lucky 11.
Porsche unveiled the one millionth 911 in May after it rolled off the production line. It is painted Irish Green, has gold badged, Fuchs-style wheels and an interior that incorporates houndstooth upholstery and wood trim.
Following its various promotional activities, the one millionth 911 will be kept at the Porsche Museum.