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Lava Orange | Targa| 7 Speed PDK | 3.0 litre Turbo 6 Cylinder | 2,044 kms | SOLD
Taking their lead from the now collectable 996 C4 S of the late 90s, Porsche gave the current 991.2 911 C4 the supercar-swatting Turbo model’s wider rear arches and Tron® inspired rear light bar that connects the two rear light units together.
The models available at launch included the Carrera 4 coupe and cabriolet, the 4S coupe and cabriolet, and the stunning, rarely seen Targa 4 and Targa 4S.
All variants came with Porsche’s all new 3.0 litre bi-turbo flat-six engine producing a whopping 365hp as standard and when fitted with the optional Sport Chrono package, the base model does 0 -100km/h in a phenomenal 4.1 seconds.
The car offered here is a 2017 Porsche 911 type 991.2 Targa 4 travelled just 2,000 kilometres and ordered in classic Lava Orange Metallic over two-tone Espresso Nature and Cognac leather trim.
In superb, as new condition this car was originally ordered with over $50,000 worth of optional extras to extract the most out of what this package can deliver and features:
• Exterior colour matched interior trim (for cars with extended leather)
• PORSCHE logo and model on rear in black gloss
• Adaptive heated Sports Seats PLUS
• Sports Chrono Package with GPS track, PASM sport and dynamic engine mounts. In conjunction with PDK: Sport Plus racing mode, Launch Control, Sport button
• PDK Transmission
• Special Order two-tone interior
• Colour coded side skirts
• SportDesign front and rear spoilers
• White instrument dials
• Carbon fiber, heated sports steering wheel
• Chrome exhaust tailpipes
• Rear windscreen wiper delete
• Park assistance
• Apple Car Play with “Pinch to Zoom” function
Porsche’s extensive use of aluminium and premium composite materials, paired to a more aerodynamic design, and mind-bending performance capabilities has kept this car’s status as the benchmark sports car.
Accessed through the Mannetino style switch fitted to the steering wheel adapted from the 918 Spyder Hypercar this car features 4 driving modes including Normal, Sport, Sport Plus, and a customisable Individual mode. These all adjust various behaviours of the car, including throttle response, steering weight, transmission shifting character, the PASM suspension firmness.
Online magazine Performance Drive said “If you’re looking for a pure driving experience with the option to put the top down, there is no comparison”.
With rear-drive-biased handling and steering that is markedly more entertaining than any model that has come before it with a style all its own, this 911 Targa 4 is arguably one of the most desirable modern sports cars money can buy.
Representing sensational value for money this brilliant car will not last long.