MANUAL TRANSMISSION, PORSCHE SWITCHABLE SPORTS EXHAUST, PORSCHE COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT (PCM 3), BLUETOOTH PHONE, BOSE SOUND, REAR PARK DISTANCE CONTROL, 19” CARRERA SPORTS ALLOY WHEELS, ELECTRICALLY ADJUSTABLE SEATS, DRIVER’S MEMORY SEAT, HEATED SEATS, RED BRAKE CALIPERS, PORSCHE EMBOSSED HEAD RESTS, GUARDS RED SEAT BELTS, SPORTS MULTI FUNCTION STEERING WHEEL, AUTO DIMMING MIRROR, RAIN SENSOR WIPERS, PORSCHE STABILITY MANAGEMENT (PSM) BI- XENON LIGHTS, STAINLESS STEEL ENTRY GUARDS, COLOUR CRESTED WHEEL CENTRES, TOP TINT WINDSCREEN, VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEM (VTS).
This stunning Coupe was offered in the desirable Basalt black metallic paint and has many options that will further enhance the driving experience. The second-generation cars are becoming hugely popular with the 911 enthusiast, especially in manual form, as they retain the pure feel of the 911.
The 997 is the most commercially successful Porsche 911 of all time. The styling harked back to the revered Porsche 993 era and was widely acclaimed by seasoned Porsche enthusiasts. The much-loved oval-shaped headlights returned, and the interior was re-designed with new controls, more reminiscent of the classic 911 interiors. The body shape remained low profile, with a drag coefficient of just 0.29 for the Carrera. The 3,800cc Carrera S version offered additional power from its larger engine, sports suspension, and a sports exhaust.
The Carrera S model was revised in 2008, and gained a new direct fuel injection 3,800cc engine which produced 385 HP, a revised suspension, revised styling, new HID projector headlamps, touch-screen navigation and Bluetooth telephony. It can travel from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of (186mph).
These cars are the last of the in-house designed Porsche 911’s, and are a possible future classic, we firmly believe the 997.2 will be held in the same high esteem as its predecessors.