Turbos would be equipped with the Powerkit and approximately 236 units would go on to don the Aerokit and during the same model year and market region, sales of around 1,889 Turbo coupes equipped with a manual would be sold during this time. Boasting a classically simplistic and driver-biased cabin interior lined in Black Full Leather and showcased on 18-inch Turbo “Twist” wheels, this hyperly-exclusive Turbo features a low 29,XXX miles from new, shows a Clean CARFAX Report, and benefits from a recent and complete servicing rendered by our in-house Porsche tech with 30 years of expertise (servicing specifics are available).
The Last Of Its Kind: It was developed during a time when the driving experience wasn’t overshadowed by a suite of electronic enhancements and features minimal driving aids; it encases the coveted Mezger engine, developed by the late Hans Mezger, that derived from the legendary 911 GT1 race-car and offers rampant, race-track performance that’s optimized for everyday usability; In coupe and manual formation, the 996 Turbo is the lightest of the new-age Turbos, and is also more analog and compact, as opposed to its Turbo successors; it’s modern with gran-touring-like comfort, but yet has a traditional mechanical feel that’s not readily available in cars today and has a lovely “just-rightness”!
Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP of $152,470): Wheel Caps with Colored Crest; AM/FM Radio with CD Player; Black Full Leather; Leather Interior Package; Black Mats – Porsche lettering; Heated Front Seats Package; Sport Seats w/Full Leather Int; Speed Yellow; Engine Performance Package; Stainless Steel Exhaust Pipes; Metal Door Sill Model Insignia; Turbo Aerokit; Rear Center Console Painted Exterior Color; Leather Sun Visors Lighted Mirror; Steering Column Covered Intr Leather; 3-Spoke Steering Wheel-Carbon/Leather; Sport Seats Painted To Match; Seat Belts – Speed Yellow; Brake/Shifter Carbon/Aluminum; Stitch F/R Seats – Dev. Color; Door & Dash Stitch – Dev Color.