The ‘4S’ got the following options:
XCZ Short shifter
XLF Sport exhaust
288 Headlight Nozzles
342 Heated seats
425 behind wiper
586 Electric adjustable seat (with memory)
601 Xenon headlights
650 Sliding/tilting roof
665 Porsche communication management
666 Telephone module
692 CD changer
939 Draped leather rear seats
982 Front draped leather seats
09991 Manufacture from the exclusive-programme
In the meantime, the Coupe has only run 64,850 demonstrable km and the car is still in a very nice condition!
The 911 is accompanied by booklets and tools.
February 20, 2007 = 38,849km
11 May 2011 = 46,235km
14 October 2014 = 55,670km
April 2015 = 58,829km
8 February 2018 = 64050km
7 May 2020 = 64,850km
With the Porsche 911 – Type 996, a new era in the life of the world’s most famous sports car began. After 35 years of production, Porsche took a new direction with the fifth generation of the 911. Radical changes forced themselves upon it. Not only the design and chassis were to undergo radical changes, but also the motorisation was to undergo drastic changes. Stricter emission standards and the achievement of maximum power would mean that the power source would no longer be air-cooled, but water-cooled.
The 996 was presented to the general public at the 1997 Frankfurt motor show and although the new design was not immediately enthusiastically received by the purists, the new ‘elf’ would stand his ground. From 1998 it was available as a rear-wheel drive coupe and equipped with a 3.4L water-cooled boxer engine, good for 300hp.
From 2002 a second generation of the 996 followed and the car was further developed. The interior was updated and the cylinder capacity was increased by 200cc. A ‘Targa’ and four wheel drive ‘4S’ version were added to the range.
The 996 4S got the same suspension, braking system and body as the Turbo.