You know you’re a baller when you have your Porsche painted in Rosso Corsa, better known as Ferrari Red. The owner of this 911 R is clearly the ultimate baller.
Thanks to Porsche’s Paint to Sample program, pretty much any color imaginable can be ordered from the factory and that includes many of the most famous shades from Porsche’s fiercest rivals.
This is the first 911 R we’ve seen painted in Rosso Corsa and is reportedly the only one of its kind in existence. The red suits the curvaceous bodywork of the enthusiast-focused 911 perfectly and has been beautifully contrasted by white accents on the sides and white wheels with black center caps.
We’re not sure how much the paint of this Porsche would have cost, but it certainly wouldn’t have been cheap. In fact, there is at least one color in the brand’s range, Phyton Green, that costs almost $100,000.
If you had unlimited money, what color would you paint your dream 911 R?
Presenting the only known paint to sample Rosso Corsa (non-metallic UNI; Y81) 911 R, from Gstaad, Switzerland. Need info on chassis number. I have known of this car’s existence but it had always evaded cameras until recently. Seeing a very familiar PTS Gulf Blue GT3 RS owned by @alexisbve at the back, I’m inclined to believe this is in the Gstaad area. A very interesting color scheme. Much thanks to @alexisbve for the confirmation of the color on this very special car. If any other readers, particularly from Switzerland, have further insight on this example, please send me a message. Photo courtesy of @enginelifestyle.
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