The first-ever 911 Carrera GTS 30 Years Porsche Thailand Edition is the result of three decades of Porsche passion in Thailand.
The names of the days of the week in Thailand, a lively country in Southeast Asia, are derived from Sanskrit and, like the names of the days in the West, are based on names of planets and the Sun. Yet, each planet is also guarded by a deity, and each deity is given a colour, according to ancient Hindu astrological traditions.
The day of the week a person is born is also very significant in Thailand, whereas other cultures would place more emphasis on a person's birthdate. While this tradition is less common today, in the past Thais would dress in accordance with the day's colour. If you ask any Thai person today, chances are good that they can tell you the day they were born.
The custom Porsche 911 Carrera GTS 30 Years Porsche Thailand Edition was created to honour three decades of Porsche and continuous enthusiasm in Thailand. It combines German precise engineering with local heritage.
To produce this Edition, Porsche collaborated with its internal "dream division" - Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur - and engineered cutting-edge personalisation possibilities in homage to the vibrant culture of the Kingdom of Thailand. Porsche is the brand for individuals who are motivated by dreams.
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