Equipped with the optioned Sport Chrono Package Plus and the “rapid-fire-gear-changes-without-zero-power-interruption” PDK transmission, it not only allows for a reduction in the time that it takes to go from 0-60 (the coupling of the duo allows for a time of approximately 4.3 seconds) but the intensification of one’s heart-rate increases exponentially as you’re granted the Sport Plus button. When pressed, euphoric motorsport-channeled characteristics never felt so tangible as it allows for racetrack-enhanced traits such as Launch Control to be made available while the PDK system experiences immensely decreased shift times and favorable shift points for peak acceleration.
Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (original MSRP of $130,140): Self Dimming Mirrors; Heated Seats (Front); 19-inch Sport Design Wheel; Comfort seat (left); Comfort seat (right); WhlCtrsw/FullcolorPorscheCrest; Bi-Xenon headlights incl.PDLS; ParkAssist System (Rear); Sport Chrono Package Plus; Extend Navigation Mod-PCM 3.0; BOSE Surround Sound System; SiriusXM Sat Radio Tuner; 3-Spoke Multi-Function SW; Soft Ruffled Leather on Seats; Black Full Leather Interior; 12-Way Power Seats; Comfort Package; Infotainment Package; Cabriolet Roof in Black; Door Entry Guards SS; Sport Tailpipes; Clear Taillights; Footrest in Sport Look.
Just before slipping inside of its Black Full Leather cabin, you’re first met by stainless steel door sills with ‘Carrera 4S’ insignia in a light-colored finish, and when inside you can expect to find light-colored twin-stitching and aluminum/brushed aluminum/metallic-coated surfacing on select areas with supple leather that extending onto the upper dashboard and door areas. The driver is faced with a multi-functional and leather-wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel featuring PDK gearshift switches along with an integrated display that shows when ‘Sport’, ‘Sport Plus’ and ‘Launch Control’ modes have been switched on; titanium-colored instrumentation dials; a centrally located dash-mounted SportChrono dial in titanium; 6.5-inch touchscreen navigation display; the winsome PDK shifter. Front occupants are embraced by Comfort seats characterized by ruffled leather (this characteristic also finds its way onto the rear seats) and can expect in-cabin audio playback via the optioned BOSE Surround Sound System, featuring 12-speakers.
The 997.2 C4S’ Forte: It’s the final iteration of the 911’s iconic svelte and “right-sized” silhouette (with the 991 and now 992 911s, this is lost), an accompanying wide-body on an already slender form along with the iconic rear reflector tail light bar, a multi-clutch AWD system derived from the 997 Turbo, enlarged rear-rotors that are cooled by underbody-located dual NACA ducts, the factory issued Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system (aids in intensifying the already scalpel-like handling characteristics), and lastly, the updated interior components and the 9A1 DFI flat-six engine that are both shared with the 991 911. The 997.2 C4S is the ultimate marriage of things “borrowed” from a new generation, yet still retaining the old ideologies of what makes a 911, a 911.
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