A Few Notable Characteristics (and Numbers) Regarding The 997 GTS: Made available for the 2011 and 2012 model years, it’s reported that 6,747 examples are said to have been produced, while the 2012 model year designated GTS was the only model year to have received the all-wheel-drive variant with approximately 1,321 of those units having been designated as Carrera 4 GTS coupes. The GTS is the last of the high horse-powered, naturally-aspirated, right-sized, and classic-svelte-911-shaped 911 Carreras. Positioned in-between the GT3 and the S models, the GTS variant is the absolute pinnacle in the 911 Carrera range! Its standard features include (but are not limited to) a wider rear track; Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM); a variable resonance intake system (mid-rev range torque adder); Integrated dry-sump lubrication; and a Sports exhaust system.
Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (original MSRP of $120,725): PASM SportsSuspension (- 20 mm); Self Dimming Mirrors; Heated Seats (Front); GTS sidestrips and model designation Silver; Bi-Xenon (TM)headlights incl.PDLS; Extend Navigation Mod-PCM 3.0; BOSE(R) Surround Sound System; SiriusXM(TM) Sat Radio Tuner; Deletion of Alcantara(R) package; Black; Black Sport Seats in Leather; Aerokit Cup.
Exalting performance parameters tied in with acute 911 GT-esque dynamism whilst encapsulated by assertive athleticism and acoustically defined by an adrenaline expelling exhaust note, uniformly unite to shape the spirit and personality of the expressively exhilarant GTS. Though lively-natured, it’s also very livable with daily practicality in mind; with the GTS, you’re able to have an encounter with a Carrera in its most effervescently exploited form.