000 and Porsche Sonderwunsch Unveil 911 Turbo S coupe "000 Commission"

000 Magazine is a quarterly journal focused on Porsche, spoken as “Triple Zero” — is a reference to Porsche’s three-digit model type numerology. In an exciting development, the journal has teamed up with Porsche Sonderwunsch to unveil the “000 Commission,” a Porsche 911 Turbo S coupe, a tribute to triumph, celebrating David Donner’s remarkable victory at the 100th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

The collaborative offering is expressed through a variety of exterior and interior modifications that are available only with the Lightweight Package 911 Turbo S coupe. Design elements pay homage to the #000 911 Turbo S’s historic sub-10-minute blaze up the legendary mountain trail, notably making it the fastest road car to achieve this feat.

At the exterior, customers can choose between Artic Gray, Gentian Blue Metallic, Black, GT Silver Metallic, or any other available color. However, 000 did note that a Paint to Sample allocation is required for colors like PTS Blue and others. Subtle details nodding to the special edition nature of the vehicle include small “S 100” decals at the lower corners of each door, “000” on the underside of the rear wing and “000” stencil-painted on the front bumper grill.

As collectors make their way to the interior they’ll find illuminated doorsill plates adorned with the 000 logo, a center armrest embossed with the Pikes Peak course map and the “9:53” time stamp. Additional details include a dashboard inlay denoting the #000 911 Turbo S’s Class Win and PPIHC Certified Course Time, making this edition a living commemoration of a historic motorsport achievement.

For more information or to inquire about a custom order, collectors are encouraged to reach out to Porsche Sonderwunsch.

See the 000 in action in the video below as it set records during the 2022 Pikes Peak climb.

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