There are only two versions of the all-new Porsche 911 just now. You can choose between a rear-wheel-drive Carrera S and a four-wheel-drive Carrera 4S, and that’s it. No ‘non-S’ slower version, no Cabriolet, no Targa, no Turbo, and no lightweight GT versions. Yet.
But that doesn’t mean you’re not spoiled for choice on Porsche’s new 911 configurator. Oh yes, it’s here. Vivid paint hues (well done, Porsche). Lurid seatbelts (not so clever). A bizarre option of green leather inside, for retro kicks. Four different wheel options, all of which are gigantic.
The new 911 is not a cheap sports car—even pre-options, it’s well over £90,000 (P6 million), and we struggled to get one to a pleasing level of equipment and stay within a £100,000 (P6.7 million) budget. We really tried. Some of the Top Gear team’s more eye-catching spec decisions have been immortalized below. We now invite you to do the same. Or better...
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.