Porsche has announced a new market-specific model coming to the states: the 2023 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet America.

This limited edition throwback, unveiled during the 2022 Porsche Parade in Poconos, Pennsylvania, will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the 356 America Roadster and 30th of the 964 America Roadster. Its bespoke styling was influenced by the original 1953 design, including the Azure Blue 356 paint job and white/red accents.

This color palette may best be seen in the side profile, defined by the silver RS Spyder Design wheels finished with white spoke inlays and a red pinstripe lining the circumference. The side stripes read America in white with a red stripe cutting through; on the rear, the white “911 Carrera” badge is contrasted by a red “GTS.” The cabin is treated to a similar aesthetic: black leather held together by red and gray stitching; an America-embossed center console sits prominently between passengers, held into their seats by red seat belts.

Underneath the unique package is the GTS Cabriolet’s twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter boxer six-cylinder paired up to a 7-speed manual transmission, displacing 473 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. A Sport Exhaust system lets the engine exhale to a lively tune, and Porshce’s Active Suspension Management Sport keeps things in line as part of the standard equipment. Available rear axle steering and Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes can be added for extra control.

“Passion for driving a Porsche runs deep in the United States. In particular, there is something special about hitting the road in an open top 911 with a manual transmission that fits perfectly here,” said Kjell Gruner, President and CEO of Porsche Cars North America Inc. “This is also the perfect time to add another ‘America’ model to our story as we look back on 70 years since the 356 America Roadster and 30 years since the 964 America Roadster.”

The 2023 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet America will make its way to dealerships in limited numbers late 2022, starting at $186,370 with destination.