Porsche Classic introduces new navigation radio for classic models [video]

Classic Porsche models are not getting any cheaper and most of the models have turned to be great investments.

There are plenty of owners who have upgraded their stereo systems in older models to enjoy a better sound quality. New portable navigation systems have been seen as well, but very often they just don’t look right in this ageless classic interior.

Porsche is responding to the growing demand for a built-in device for classic models. This newly developed navigation radio combines the style of yesteryear with the benefits of modern technology.

The new navigation radio fits perfectly into the DIN-1 slot that has been used in the sports cars for decades and is operated by means of two knobs, six discreetly integrated buttons and a touch-sensitive 3.5-inch display.

It blends harmoniously into the dashboard of classic Porsche models and is suitable for the sports car generations between the first 911 (F-model) from the 1960s and the last of the 911 series with air cooling from the mid-1990s (the 993 series), including front engined models like V8 powered 928 and mid-engined 914.

The new navigation radio comes with all the key features of today’s systems and you can even connect your smartphone via Bluetooth. In addition to a built-in microphone it also comes with an external microphone.

In Germany, the new navigation radio is available immediately from Porsche Classic Partners or Centre and costs 1,184 euros including VAT (around £868).

Porsche Classic navi

Porsche Classic navi radio


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