Most Expensive 2023 Porsche 911 Dakar Costs More Than $270,000

The Porsche 911 Dakar from 2023 is an expensive car. The destination fee of $1,450 is included in the starting price of $223,450. But as we all know, Porsche likes to provide as many expensive packs, upgrades, and colour options as possible, which can significantly increase the price. The most expensive model of the Dakar is no different, costing $270,200.

One of the earliest and most expensive upgrades in the configurator is the Rallye Design Package. It gives the interior of the 911 Dakar Shark Blue seat belts, Ceramica trim, and black leather seats with perforated Race-Tex centres. It also gives the exterior of the 911 Dakar a two-tone White and Gentian Blue paint job. It costs $28,470 and restricts the range of alternatives that can be chosen. Rally stripes, red and gold decals, red taillights, and an upper spoiler section painted in white are all included in the pack.

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For $3,740, the Extended Rallye Design Package upgrades additional car components, such as the door-sill guards, fuse box covers, interior mirror panel, air vent slots, and even the owner’s manual, to Race-Tex and Shark Blue stitching. There is only one wheel style offered in either white or black. The Rallye Design Pack does not include the $600 Vesuvius Gray wheels. However, titanium wheel bolts are available for $1,800.

For $1,630, Porsche will add carbon fibre and high-gloss black to the Dakar’s sideview mirror. Window trim made of carbon fibre costs $730, and a Porsche Subsecond clock costs $1,120 extra. Silver tailpipes cost $430, while dashcam and surround-view technology cost $1,420 and $130, respectively.

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The cost of upgrading the sport seats to leather and matte carbon fibre is $2,590. The costs of an ionizer, white tachometer, and fire extinguisher are additionally $420, $180, and $350. Not to mention the $1,730 and $2,000, respectively, for the custom door sill guards and delivery experience. For the new 911, those options total $46,750.

To construct your own, visit the Porsche website. Other configurations are available, and Porsche’s $12,830 Paint to Sample option allows for an infinite variety of exterior colours.

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Ground clearance on the 911 Dakar is increased by 3.2 inches over the 911 Carrera’s standard suspension. The high-riding coupe is propelled by the brand’s twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine, which generates 473 horsepower. On its way to a top speed of 150 mph (241 kph), it can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 3.2 seconds.

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