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  • Mileage: 3,380
  • Transmission: PDK
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 3800cc
  • Interior Colour: Black
  • Exterior Colour: White
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 2
  • Service: Porsche Service History
  • Reg date: 2014/9

Optional extras

  • Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes (PCCB)
  • Wheels Painted in Black (High Gloss)
  • Bi-Xenon Headlights in Black
  • Headlight Washer System Cover Painted
  • Instrument Dials Painted White
  • Seat Belts in Guards Red
  • Front Axle Lift Function
  • Porsche Communication Management (PCM) Inc. Navigation module with Universal Audio Interface
  • Sound Package Plus
  • Garage Door Opener (Homelink)
  • Sport Chrono Package Plus
  • PCM 3 - Telephone (GSM)
  • Digital Radio Reception (DAB)
  • Reversing Camera
  • Leather Interior with Decorative Stitching in red
  • White Sport Chrono Stop Clock
  • Adaptive Sports Seats
  • Automatically Dimming Interior and Exterior Mirrors with Integrated Rain Sensor
  • Porsche VTS Anti-Theft
  • Windscreen with Top Tint
  • Floor Mats
  • Alloy Look Petrol Cap
  • Paint Protection Clear Film
  • Porsche Car Cover
  • Porsche Trickle Charger


Car and Driver says:

To abandon any pretense of suspense, it's fantastic - grippier, revvier, and better to drive than its already-epic predecessor. 

Let's start with the basics. Fears that the new-generation direct-injection flat-six would fail to match the character of the old motorsport-derived Mezger unit are, thankfully, unfounded. The new engine is proof that it's still possible to produce a naturally aspirated engine capable of meeting tougher emissions standards and generating more power through the old-fashioned method of revving into the lower stratosphere.

The motor produces its peak 475 horsepower at 8250 rpm, with the limiter set at a dizzying 9000rpm. So what about the PDK gearbox? It doesn't take long for the new transmission to prove that it's fantastic. Shifts are clean and rapid in default mode although delivered with enough of a torque bump to allow you to sense that something has happened. The handling balance is pretty much spot on. No, wait - it's fantastic.

From what we've seen so far, Porsche's biggest challenge is going to be the one shared by the rest of the motor industry: topping the GT3. 

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