Porsche’s “911 Cabai” for Indonesia, 9 sold out

(Jakarta) – The chili spice has apparently inspired Porsche Indonesia to create the “Porsche 911 Cabai” (911 Chilli Roadster) exclusively for the Indonesian market. Michael Vetter, Managing Director of Porsche Indonesia, said at the launch at Porsche Centre that “many national cuisines contain spicy ingredients and it is no secret that Indonesians, in particular, have a love of chilies”.

The sports car is said to have a maximum power output of 450 PS, accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 3.7 seconds, and has a top speed of 308 km/h. Due to strong demand, nine Porsche 911 Chili sports cars were sold in Jakarta before the official launch (end of May). Each 911 ‘Chili’ is equipped with an 8-speed PDK transmission and is built with carefully selected and exclusive personalization options.

The above nine Porsche sports cars are described as being available in three different exterior base colors, namely white, GT Silver Metallic, and black. Other exterior colors include Guards Red, Python Green, and Lava Orange, which combine with the Porsche lettering to make the 911 ‘Chile’ even more eye-catching. In addition, each 911 ‘Chile’ is equipped with the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur Aero package, the Porsche logo painted in gloss black, a sports exhaust system with black exhaust pipes, and exclusively designed tail lamps.

Inside, two-tone leather upholstery and decorative stitching combine with the striking colors of the car’s exterior, while personalized door sill guards in brushed aluminum and an illuminated Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur logo top the list of special features.

Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur is said to be available only in certain countries, one of which is Indonesia in the Asia Pacific region; Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur is designed for individual customers and offers more than 700 options across the entire model range, including the Porsche 911 Chili.

“We are proud to be able to offer our Indonesian customers the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur option. Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur allows for the creation of a personalized logo sports car, just like a customer’s fingerprint. We are delighted with the positive response to this collection made exclusively for Indonesia”, concludes Michael Vetter.



Janu Abbasi is writer, editor, and devoted bookworm based in Abbottabad, Pakistan. While he currently is the Senior Editor for content marketing agency Rehan Networks, he’s been slinging copy in various forms for more than a decade.

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