Porsche announced at the 2018 Paris Motor Show that it would bring the 991 Speedster to production.

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The automaker also brought a second version of the Speedster concept to the show, wearing a sharp suit of Guards Red paint, which is a reference to the 1988 Speedster.

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It's not actually a convertible.

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Instead, the Speedster has shortened window frames, smaller side windows and a "double bubble" body cover just behind the front seats. 

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The OEM exterior mirrors have been swapped out for some old-school "Talbot" mirrors.

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The Speedster concept rocks 21-inch wheels with center locks.

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The headlights have red-tinted running lights.

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The Speedster enters production in early 2019.     

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It will be limited to 1,948 examples, a reference to 1948 -- the year that Porsche's first 356 received its operating license.     

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Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of Porsche's new Speedster concept.

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