2021 Porsche 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition introduced

A Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition will join the 2021 Porsche 911 lineup, the German automaker announced late Monday, adding yet another model to the ever-growing stable of special-edition 911s from the company’s Exclusive Manufaktur division.

The Heritage Design Edition will be identified by a host of throwback interior and exterior design elements, including the teardrops on each front fender and the motorsports graphics on the flanks. Gold badges are also included, as is the rear Porsche Heritage logo designed to evoke the commemorative badges of the Porsche 356.

Inside, it receives a two-tone color package matched to the exterior color choice (It will be available in five, though only the Cherry Metallic finish shown here was mentioned by name.) with corduroy seating trim as a tribute to the 1950s.

“We are evoking memories of the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s in customers and fans with the Heritage Design models.

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2021 Porsche 911 Targa Heritage Design Edition Looks Incredible

Porsche is planning to release four Heritage Design models to commemorate the company’s long and spectacular history. The first is the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition, and it looks spectacular.

Shown here in the exclusive Cherry Metallic paint, the Heritage Design Edition also comes in Black, Guards Red, and GT Silver Metallic. The historical motorsports-inspired livery, consists of spear-shaped white stripes on the fenders, “Porsche” decals on the side, and a large, circular number card on the door. From the back, you can spot a Heritage Design Edition by the Porsche Heritage badge on the rear grille. According to Porsche, the design is based on the badge awarded to Porsche 356 owners who took their cars to the 100,000-kilometer mark.

The special, two-tone interior is offered in Bordeaux Red over Atacama Beige or Black leather over Atacama Beige. More interesting is the corduroy accents on the seats and door

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The Design Concept for the New Boeing 737 Max Jet is Out of This World

Boeing is known as a major producer of commercial aircrafts all over the world, but they also have a little side gig going that many aren’t aware of. It’s called the Boeing Business Jet program, and the luxury jets it produces are often referred to as BBJs for short.

Inside the swank space-age interiors of the Boeing 737 Max Jet.
Inside the swank space-age interiors of the Boeing 737 Max Jet.

Before you dig out your company checkbook, you might need a reality check on the chances of owning one. Even the cheapest selection in the lot is priced at just under $100 million. If you prefer the zeros, that looks like $100,000,000 for the base model, so it’s pretty safe to say that not many of us can afford one of these tricked-out flyers.

While Boeing focuses on the aircraft’s structural and mechanical components, the interior design duties are typically hired out so the owner can personalize their jet to

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