With the 2020 redesign just over the horizon, Porsche is pushing out incredible special-edition 911 models before the car is replaced. The extremely limited-production GT2-based 959 was just announced, and Porsche has followed that up with a production version of the 911 Speedster concept. The concept Speedster looked ready to hit the assembly line and the one that will roll out to 1,948 — the year the original 356 launched — hard-core Porsche fanatics is identical. The first 911 Speedster since 2011, the latest version is based on the current Cabriolet, with a shortened window frame, vintage-style exterior mirrors, an exposed gas cap, 21-inch center lock wheels, and the iconic double-bubble cover. The car has no roof, but for a Speedster, that's the selling point.