The black finish on this GT2 RS is said to be in pristine condition with Xpel paint protection film applied over the entire car. A collection of detailed images is provided in the photo gallery. Exterior highlights include rare factory optioned carbon fiber front fenders and a full carbon fiber hood as well as carbon fiber trim on the mirrors, air ducts, and rear diffuser. Yellow PCCB brake calipers complement the factory silver 19” center-lock wheels which are currently dressed in healthy Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.
Inside, this RS has been appointed with a full black leather and Alcantara interior featuring the Additional Interior Carbon Fiber Package as well as Sound Package Plus. The interior is noted to be in excellent condition with all accessories working properly. Commanding an original sticker price of over $266k, this GT2 RS boasts the following exclusive options:
Carbon Fenders (Front)
Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone Interface
Sport Chrono Package Plus
Three Spoke Sports Steering Wheel in Smooth Leather
Universal Audio Interface
Automatically Dimming Mirrors with Integrated Rain Sensor
Porsche Communication Management (PCM) with Navigation
Belt Outlets on B pillars in Carbon
Rear Section of Center Console in Carbon
Porsche Crested Headrests
Footrest in Sports Look
An image of the full $266,930 build sheet is provided in the photo gallery.
According to Porsche Motorsport, the GT2 RS was initiated in 2007 as a top-secret “skunk works” project in response to one of the Nissan GTR’s lap times at the Nurburgring. Porsche eventually lowered the lap record by over nine seconds.
The GT2 RS carries a powerful 3.6 L twin-turbocharged flat-six engine which sends 620 HP to the rear wheels by way of a precise 6-speed manual transmission. Using this visceral drivetrain, the GT2 RS rockets itself from 0-60 in as little as 3.5 seconds while reaching a top speed of 205 MPH. Developed exclusively for setting Nurburgring lap records, the RS features PCCB Ceramic Composite Brakes, improved cooling systems, enhanced aerodynamics, and a lightweight design which saves 154 lbs. over the standard GT2. This example underwent a recent comprehensive service by Porsche specialists at a cost of over $6k. Stated to have been driven approximately 10 miles since this time, this GT2 RS remains in superb driving condition with all maintenance up to date.
The sale of this highly sought after GT2 RS will include a set of two keys, original books, service records, a DME and clean Carfax report. Do not miss out on this rare opportunity to own 1 of only 500 997 GT2 RS’s in existence.