Audaciously adorned in the scarcely seen, ultra exuberant and surface honoring blue hue of Aqua Blue Metallic over a contemporary Stone Grey Standard Leather lined cabin and displayed on 19-inch Carrera S II wheels situated before red brake calipers that are accented by White ‚Porsche‘ lettering, this ultra modern-aesthetic-presenting and well-maintained Carrera S displays an odometer reading of just 17,XXX miles from new and exhibits a Clean CARFAX Report.
Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP of $98,410): Self Dimming Mirrors; Heated Front Seats; Wheel Caps with Colored Crest; Seat Ventilation; Bluetooth Interface for Mobile Phone with Phone Holder; Navigation Module for PCM; Bose High End Sound Package; XM Radio; Floor Mats in Interior Color; Universal Audio Interface; Aqua Blue Metallic; Stone Grey Leather Seats; Pwr Comfort Seats w/Driver Memory.
Just before slipping inside of its very appealing Stone Grey Standard Leather cabin, you’re first met by black door sills with ‚Carrera S‘ insignia plated in brushed-look aluminum, and when inside you can expect to find stitching boasting a light finish, aluminum/brushed aluminum/metallic-coated surfacing on select areas, carpeting completed in light grey and a steel sunroof. The driver is met by a leather-wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel; titanium-colored instrumentation dials situated behind orange needles; 6.5-inch touchscreen navigation display; the incredibly candid, 6-speed shifter. Front occupants are embraced by perforated Comfort seats featuring memory settings for the driver and heating/cooling functionalities for both occupants with in-cabin audio playback being provided by the optioned BOSE High-End Surround Sound System, featuring 13-speakers.
The 997.2 represents the final iteration of the 911’s iconic svelte and „right-sized“ silhouette, taking form from previous generations; with the 991 and now 992 911s, this is lost. Though featuring a suite of electronic conveniences, it’s still largely analog and this sought-after characteristic isn’t tainted by the „powers that be“; the S variant comes equipped as standard with the sought-after Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system (aids in intensifying the already scalpel-like handling characteristics) along with a naturally aspirated engine with nearly 400-hp that’s shared with the 991 as well as updated interior components. This 911 generation beautifully borrows things from the new generation, yet still retains the old ideologies of what makes a 911, a 911.