Embraer And Porsche Collaborated To Create New Design Duet

Two global companies Porsche and Embraer have announced the launch of their brand-new partnership, Duet, a limited edition, limited-quantity Embraer Phenom 300E aircraft and Porsche 911 Turbo S car pairing. Both companies are 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. To eliminate the feeling of any numerical ranking each Duet pairing is created equal the lucky owners may choose their favorite number between one and ten, which will then be incorporated into the Duet logo on the vehicles’ exteriors. Each set, or “Duet," starts just below $11 million and will take more than a year to complete.

Duet brings the Phenom 300E and the 911 Turbo S into perfect harmony. As the world’s fastest and longest-ranged single-pilot business jet, the Phenom 300 series transformed the light jet category. From its revolutionary, award-winning interior design, with an abundance of cabin and baggage space to its highly intuitive avionics, this well-rounded machine delivers unmatched performance, exceptional comfort, and class-leading technology, at enviably low operating costs, with features previously available only on much larger jets. The 911 is the heart of the Porsche product portfolio and has one of the longest and most celebrated traditions in the automotive industry. The 911 Turbo S is the peak of the 911 models and stands for both performance and usability.

The 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 Duet pairings deliveries will begin in 2021.