Manny Khoshbin Takes Delivery of His New 911 Porsche Design 50th Anniversary

Manny Khoshbin has a voracious appetite for exotic cars, and his new 70,000-square-foot home is no exception. In a recent YouTube video, he shows off his recently acquired limited edition 911 Porsche Design 50th Anniversary Edition. Manny Khoshbins will have it in his luxury car collection if it is exotic and has a limited badge.

Porsche created a special edition of the iconic 911 to commemorate 50 years of Porsche Design. Porsche Design is the automaker’s product design studio, where everything from custom design watches and television sets to $2,000 aesthetic wear is created.

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Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, best known for creating the 911 after a heated dispute with Peugeot over the 901, established Porsche Design in 1972. Chronograph 1 was the first product of the design division. Khoshbin’s limited edition 911 commemorates the design studio’s and its original timepiece’s 50th anniversary.

“This was just delivered over the weekend. This is fantastic. There are only 750 of these 50th anniversary 911 limited editions, and this is number 133 out of 750. Really cool details, and I was forced to buy the watch this time “Khoshbin explained.

Manny Khoshbin 911 Porsche Design 50th Anniversary: Gallary

The 911 Special Edition is based on the Targa 4 GTS and is limited to 750 units. It still has the same twin-turbo 3.0-liter flat-six engine that produces 473 horsepower (480 ps). Owners can select between a PDK dual-clutch transmission and a seven-speed manual transmission.

The Porsche Design 50th Anniversary special edition was not the only vehicle on the real estate mogul’s radar. He has yet to receive a GT3 RS, a 718 Cayman GT4 RS, or a 911 Sport Classic.

His wish list for future hypercars includes the Aston Martin Valkyrie Spider, the Koenigsegg Jesko, the Bugatti Bolide, and the Mercedes-AMG One.

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Khoshbin admits that the first thing he noticed about his new 911 special edition were the rims and grey stripes that ran across them.

“I know 0 to 60 is obviously slower, but the fact that you can let this thing rip to 8,000 rpm and still be in control makes a huge difference,” Khoshbin exclaimed as he drove the special edition 50Y Porsche Design.

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