When you talk about icons in the automotive world, the Porsche 911 is certainly one model that pops into mind. Since the original 911 was introduced in 1963 as a replacement to the 356, the two-door sports has undergone several evolutions, retaining much of its iconic DNA. Now, the company has hit another milestone with the 911, as the 1,000,000th unit has rolled off its production line in Zuffenhausen, Germany.

The car in question is a 911 Carrera S, which has trimmed to mimic the first 911 from 54 years ago. Painted in a brilliant shade of Irish Green, the one-millionth 911 also gets gold-finished trim and badging on the exterior.

Meanwhile, the interior features houndstooth seat trim, along with a mahogany (fancy wood) steering wheel and a proper manual gearbox. To make things extra special, there’s even a special “1,000,000” graphic that is displayed on the revered five-dial instrument cluster.

Wolfgang Porsche, chairman of the supervisory board at Porsche AG, has been a part of the development of the 911 since day one: “54 years ago, I was able to take my first trips over the Grossglockner High Alpine Road with my father. The feeling of being in a 911 is just as enjoyable now as it was then. That’s because the 911 has ensured that the core values of our brand are as visionary today as they were in the first Porsche 356/1 from 1948”.

The company also has some pretty nifty statistics relating to the 911, stating that over 70% of all 911s ever built are still ready to drive today. Additionally, over half of Porsche’s 30,000 race wins can be credited to 911, a testament to its motorsport prowess.

The special 911 will go on a world tour from the Scottish Highlands, to the Nurburgrin, to the United States, China, and beyond. It will then return to Germany, where it will join other famous Porsche models at the Porsche Museum near the Zuffenhausen plant.