Even as customer deliveries of Porsche’s stunning 918 Spyder were taking place in 2015, the marque was set to release their next hardcore variant of the 911: the GT3 RS. In a radical departure from its previous generation, the 911 now featured a 4.0-liter flat-six coupled to a seven-speed Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission, launching the car to 60 mph in just over 3 seconds.
Clients privileged enough to be within Porsche’s VIP circle, including the White Collection, had already commenced communication with Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur representatives about the car upon its debut in 2015.
After lengthy discussions, the result for the consignor was a superbly crafted, highly personalized specification paying homage to the consignor’s recently delivered 918 Spyder. On the exterior, body panels and center lock wheels are clad in paint-to-sample Grand Prix White (9A5) paint and accented by Yachting Blue side striping and rear badging. Other unique exterior cues include clear taillights, ceramic composite brakes (PCCB) and LED headlights in black.
Bespoke tailoring is exemplified as you enter the interior, where leather-to-sample Yachting Blue replaces the standard Black finishing throughout. Swaths of leather cover all touch points, from the seats to the door panels and center console. Other details include dials and Sport Chrono clock in white as well as extensive contrast Pebble Grey stitching, ensuring that no stone was left unturned.
Upon delivery to the White Collection, the car has lived within a climate-controlled facility and has seen extremely limited use, as demonstrated by the miniscule 30 total miles on the odometer. It has been started and run to operating temperature monthly. It is now accompanied by myriad unique items, such as a personalized build book, racing helmet, car over, original owner’s books, and window sticker.
Presenting as it rolled off of the factory floor, this bespoke 911 offers an incredibly unique opportunity to own a genuine one-off variation of the hardcore GT3 RS.