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Specification

Specification

  • Mileage: 15,300
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 3600cc
  • Interior Colour: Black
  • Exterior Colour: White
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 2
  • Service: Porsche Service History
  • Reg date: 2008/10

Optional extras

  • Sport Chrono Package Plus
  • Sports Bucket Seats
  • Tequipment Roll Cage in Brushed Aluminium
  • Thicker 3-Spoke Multi-Function Steering Wheel
  • PCM 3 - Extended Navigation (Off-Road)
  • PCM 3 - Telephone (GSM)
  • Universal Media Interface
  • Park Assist (Rear)
  • Rear Centre Console Painted
  • Alcantara Storage Lid with Porsche Logo
  • Spoiler Lip Painted
  • Sill Covers Painted
  • Yellow Seat Belts
  • Wheel Spokes Painted Black
  • Carbon Ceramic Brakes
  • New set of Michelin Sport Cup Tyres
  • Windscreen with Top Tint
  • Floor Mats
Description

Description

Auto Car says:

What is it?

It's the latest and certainly the greatest version of Porsche's wildest road car. 

This time the big difference is that the GT2 is an amalgam of both ordinary turbo in the engine department and GT3 in the chassis. The engine is essentially a mildly uprated, more powerful version of the Turbo's and now has 523bhp at 6500rpm and a constant 502lb ft between 2200-4500rpm. 

The chassis is a development of the GT3's with a bespoke aluminium rear subframe, standard-fit carbon ceramic brakes and, being a GT2, no front drive shafts. 

What's it like?

Unlike its predecessor, the latest GT2 delivers in pretty much all departments. It's time-bendingly quick in a straight line, and the way the engine feels so primed off-boost is surpassed only by the way it fires you with such total conviction on-boost. The best thing about the latest GT2 is that the rest of the package is now so sorted you can actually use the performance on the road.

It steers beautifully, with just a touch of understeer to lean against through quicker corners and none of that lairy break away if you come out of the throttle when you shouldn't. Overall the system feels like it is working with you, rather than against you.

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