Embraer and Porsche have collaborated to create
Duet, a limited-edition Embraer Phenom 300E aircraft and Porsche
911 Turbo S car pairing.

Both known for world-class engineering,
performance, and design, Embraer and Porsche will produce just ten
pairs of business jets and sports cars, providing a truly seamless
experience from road to sky.

“Duet is an exclusive package developed in a unique design
collaboration with Porsche. This rare, refined combination will
only be available through this one-time-only pairing,” said
Michael Amalfitano, President & CEO, Embraer Executive Jets. “In
the spirit of delivering the ultimate customer experience, we are
fusing two of the most notable brands in the aerospace and
automotive industries, bringing together the pinnacle in
production sports cars with the market benchmark in light jets,
once again proving that we don’t simply follow trends — we create

Embraer and Porsche have collaborated to create Duet, a limited-edition Embraer Phenom 300E aircraft and Porsche 911 Turbo S car pairing. Click to enlarge.

Designed in tandem, Duet fuses speed and style,
luxury and power — signatures of both the Phenom 300E and Porsche
911 Turbo S. Both will feature a
customized interior and paint scheme inspired by one another.

“Porsche and Embraer share a host of common values,” said
Alexander Fabig, Vice President Individualization and Classic at
Porsche AG. “As part of our cooperation, we used the know-how of
both brands to work jointly on a unique pair of vehicles that are
equally attractive for the customer group of jet and sports car

exclusive collaboration logo is embossed on the seat headrests of
the aircraft (lift) and debossed on the seat headrests of the car
(downforce), as well as featured on the aircraft sideledge,
speaker grills, and mounted near the main door. Each pairing also
features a special badge, representing one of only ten delivered.
The customer will have the option to select the location of a blue
chip, reflective of their position among the ten units, according
to their preference.

“This is the perfect marriage of car and jet, as personified
by the exclusive collaboration logo. The logo brings together the
aeronautical requirement of lift — depicted by the Phenom 300E
winglet — with the automotive requirement of downforce — depicted
by the rear wing of the flagship 911. To further solidify this
symbiotic partnership, the aircraft registration number appears on
both the car’s rear wing and the sides of its key,” said Jay Beever, Vice President of Embraer Design Operations.

To create a seamless transition from
aircraft to car for this exclusive set of customers, design
inspiration for the aircraft mirrors that of the car, and vice
versa. Starting with seats, the sew style on the Phenom 300E seat
was patterned after that of the 911 Turbo S. The seats in both
vehicles feature red pull straps, a Speed Blue accent stitch, and
carbon fiber shrouds to create a shared connection. The cockpit
seats of the Phenom 300E were redesigned to match the car. In the
911 Turbo S, Porsche introduced a unique color combination for the
steering wheel to match the aircraft’s yoke, with a Speed Blue
accent at 12 o’clock, as well as the first Chalk Alcantara trim
roof lining — an homage to the aircraft. To round out the
interior, the stopwatch of the Sport Chrono package features an
artificial horizon inspired by instrumentation in the aircraft

The aircraft and car share the same exterior paint
pallet and general scheme. For the first time, Porsche has
combined gloss and satin-gloss paintwork. The upper part of the
car is finished with Platinum Silver Metallic, transitioning to
Jet Grey Metallic at the bottom. Dividing the two paint colors is
a trim strip with lines in Brilliant Chrome and Speed Blue. The
car is entirely hand-painted, which is unique to this project and
reflective of the Phenom 300E paint process. The alloy wheels of
the 911 Turbo S are painted in Platinum Silver Metallic, using a
revolutionary laser process to expose a Speed Blue underlay on the
rim flange. The air intakes of the 911 Turbo S are painted in
Brilliant Chrome to match the leading edge nacelles of the
aircraft. The LED door projectors cast the Duet collaboration logo
on the ground, and the door sill trims feature “No Step”
lettering, like the messaging on an aircraft wing.

exclusive Duet Porsche 911 Turbo S can only be purchased in tandem
with its sibling Phenom 300E. To mark this first ever
collaboration between Embraer, Porsche AG, and Porsche Design,
Duet customers will also receive a custom Duet logo luggage set
with a pilot’s bag and two weekenders, as well as a special
edition Porsche Design 1919 Globe timer UTC titanium-case watch
inspired by the aircraft’s cockpit.

Ten limited-edition
pairs of the Duet are now available for order. Deliveries will
begin in 2021.

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