Equipped with the optioned Sport Chrono Package Plus and the „rapid-fire-gear-changes-without-zero-power-interruption“ PDK transmission, it not only allows for a reduction in the time that it takes to go from 0-60 (the coupling of the duo allows for a time of approximately 4.3 seconds) but the intensification of one’s heart-rate increases exponentially as you’re granted the Sport Plus button. When pressed, euphoric motorsport-channeled characteristics never felt so tangible as it allows for racetrack-enhanced traits such as Launch Control to be made available while the PDK system experiences immensely decreased shift times and favorable shift points for peak acceleration.
Showcased on the model’s native 19-inch Carrera S wheels with a body completed in the understatedly opulent white hue of Carrara White over a wildly attractive two-tone Black/Terracotta Brown Leather upholstered cabin featuring embossed Porsche crests located on the headrests and light-finished stitching found throughout with an audio experience provided by the optioned Bose High End Sound System while the option of allowing the atmosphere to be fully invited in by way of retracting the Black finished soft top, this achingly arresting and favorably optioned Carrera S displays an odometer reading of a low 16,XXX miles from new, displays a Clean CARFAX Report and features the following equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP of $120,015): Deviating Carpet; Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK); Self Dimming Mirrors; Heated Front Seats; Seat Ventilation; Bluetooth Phone Interface; Parking Assist System; Sport Chrono Package Plus; Navigation Module for PCM; Bose High End Sound Package; XM Radio; Floor Mats in Interior Color; Universal Audio Interface; Bicolor Interior Instructions; Carrara White; Black/Terracotta Interior; Pwr Comfort Seats w/Driver Mem; Cabriolet roof in Black; Rear Center Console – Leather; Porsche Crest in Headrest; Foot Rest Aluminum.
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.