Introducing the Porsche Classic Communication Management (PCCM) – your key to modern infotainment features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in a classic Porsche – if for some reason, you prefer to listen to music over the raspy tunes of your air/water-cooled flat-sixes.

The infotainment systems are available in two dimensions – single and double DIN – and fits exactly to replace the existing original built-in units.

In the single DIN units meant for older 911s, it comes with a 3.5-inch touch-sensitive display with Bluetooth compatibility, SD card, USB, and AUX slots. More importantly, it also comes with Apple Car Play! There are also navigation functions in 2D or 3D view with simple arrow representations.

Compatible with the iPhone 5 and newer, the system fits perfectly into the dashboard of classic 911s with signature black finishing and the shape of the dual knobs. Upon start up, it projects a Porsche logo and is suitable for 911 models from as early as the 1960s up until the last air-cooled 911, the 993.

For newer water-cooled 911s, from the 996 generation onwards, there is a double DIN unit called the Porsche Classic Communication Management Plus (PCCM Plus). With this, you get a larger 7-inch touchscreen display with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Like the single DIN unit, it also features 2D or 3D road map views with Bluetooth compatibility, SD card, AUX and USB slots.

The single DIN PCCM system costs 1,439.89 Euros (approx RM6,800) while the double DIN PCCM Plus will set you back 1,606.51 Euros (approx RM7,586).

For a Porsche owner, that’s a rather small price to pay to give your classic Porsche a “factory-fitted” infotainment system with modern features, isn’t it?


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