Showcased on the characteristic 19-inch Turbo wheels with a body donned in the rich yet subtly ebullient blue shade of Midnight Blue Metallic over a dapper Brown Natural Leather upholstered cabin that is visually elevated by Midnight Blue Metallic painted seatbacks, center tunnel and select door regions while embossed Porsche crests are located on the headrests of the perforated front Adaptive Sport seats with the option of allowing the atmosphere to be fully invited in by way of retracting the Black finished soft top, this majestic Turbo Cab displays an odometer reading of just 51,XXX miles, exhibits a Clean CARFAX Report, and featured an original MSRP of $148,475 with a build sheet listing the following equipment: Brown Natural Leather;
Deviating Carpet; Heated Front Seats; Parking Assist System; Sport Chrono Package Turbo; Floor Mats in Interior Color; Leather Interior Natural Lthr; Door Finishers Painted Ext Clr; Belt Outlet B Pillar Ext Clr; Midnight Blue Metallic; Adaptive Sport Seats; Cabriolet roof – Metropol Blue; Metal Door Sill Model Insignia; Rear Ctr Cons Painted Extr Clr; Steering Column in Leather; Thicker Steering Wheel-Leather; Sport Seat Backs Painted; Porsche Crest in Headrest.
The 997.1 Turbo’s Significance: It’s the last 911 Turbo (and Turbo convertible) to house the iconic 911 GT1-derived Mezger twin-turbocharged engine in conjunction with a manual transmission. The 997.2 Turbos feature an all-new engine, while the 991 and now 992 turbos are only seen in PDK. Though the latter cars are more dynamic, powerful, and are even more technological wonders than the 997.1 Turbo, the Turbos preceding the 997.1 Turbo are larger in size, don’t feature the sought-after favorable sizing and mechanicalness as offered by the 997.1 generation Turbo. The 997.1 turbo is very much a new-age Porsche 959 with heightened usability for everyday use and is that car that will not be replicated again.