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Porsche has been in China for a decade and is growing strongly in the world’s largest auto market. Demand is outstripping supply, especially for popular models like the Cayenne SUV, which has a waiting list of over a year! Stuttgart plans to triple its dealer network in China to about 100 from 33 by 2018 at the latest, and from the looks of it, China should overtake USA as Porsche’s largest market in 2014.

And to celebrate its tenth anniversary in China, Porsche is introducing a special edition of its 911 Turbo S. No extra power or mods, so the car comes with the standard 530 hp twin-turbo flat-six, mated to Porsche’s PDK twin-cutch gearbox.

What’s unique is the looks. The exterior is painted in a special Gold Bronze Metallic hue with flat black and carbon fibre accents. Those black wheels are 19-inch Fuchs-style alloys taken from the 911 Sport Classic. Inside, you’ll find a gold commemorative plaque, lots of Alcantara and contrasting gold stitching for the main black trim.

Only 10 examples will be built, and they’re all reserved for Chinese customers. As with anything labelled “special edition”, they will have no problems finding 10 people willing to pay top dollar to stand out.