Porsche is paying tribute to its proud motorsport heritage with five special Macans sporting racing-inspired liveries.
To showcase the special models, Porsche selected five iconic locations in Singapore that represent an integral part of the country’s history, while spotlighting its diverse culture and heritage.
Representing Holland Village is the Martini Racing livery, one of the world’s most timeless and iconic. Then for Armenian Street is Rothmans design, paying tribute to the Porsche 956 that debuted at the 1982 Le Mans.
Likely a favorite among enthusiasts is the “Pink Pig,” which represents Chinatown in Singapore. This unique livery features a pink body color with labels for each of the body parts of pig, according to butcher-style cuts.
The Salzburg design is represented by Ann Siang Hill, with red symbolizing the color of the Porsche 917 KH, the first Porsche to secure the first of 19 impressive Le Mans victories.
Lastly is one that all motorsports enthusiasts will notice, even from far away: the Gulf livery. Iconic Porsches to wear the blue and orange color scheme include the 1970 and 1971 Le Mans World Champions, and the orange and blue Porsche 917 star car in Steve McQueen’s legendary racing movie, Le Mans, in 1971.