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Carrara White | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.8 litre Flat Six | 59,774 kms | SOLD
Before the uncover of the new type 991, Porsche gave the 997 one last hurrah and along came the GTS, A sportier, wide track, higher horsepower and highly specified version of the Carrera S/4S.
Reserved for 4WD and Motorsport department models the GTS features a curvaceous wide-track body, it was also given a 3.8 Litre direct-injection motor with the Power Kit found in the Speedster and Sport Classic boosting output to 402 BHP.
Other GTS goodies included RS Spyder centre-lock 19-inch alloys, a SportDesign front apron/black side skirts from the GT2, half leather/Alcantara sport seats, Alcantara steering wheel, headlining and door cards all direct from the GT3.
The GTS isn’t as hard on the spine as a Motorsport model but still entirely driver focused delivering many thrills from its high output naturally aspirated flat six with an intense soundtrack unique only to the 3.8L unit thanks to its bi-modal sports exhaust system.
Superglue grip comes from its rear wide track and clever lightweight 4WD system found only on the Carrera 4 GTS.
The car offered is in excellent condition and was sold originally by Porsche Centre Sydney South in 2011, on the showroom floor is a super hard-to-find Carrera GTS 4 PDK Coupe ordered in Carrara White with 59,800 kilometres travelled.
• Carrara White Paintwork
• Porsche Active Suspension Management
• Bi-Modal Sports Exhaust System
Meticulously maintained this Carrera 4 GTS is accompanied with all of its original keys and books documenting an impressive Porsche Dealer service record with its most recent service completed in September 2020.
Most would think the GTS is nothing more than the greatest hits of the 997 with Porsche picking the best bits and throwing them into a mixer but, in actual fact, the GTS is perhaps the most complete 911 there has ever been.
Don’t miss this opportunity to own an exceedingly desirable and rare type 997 that represents the last of the analogue driver focussed era of the Porsche 911.