2018 Porsche 911 GT2


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719 Original Miles

Magnesium Wheels

700 hp / 553 lb-ft 3.8 liter twin-turbocharged boxer 6

Weissach Package

GT Silver Metallic paint

Black leather/alcantara interior

Front Axle Lift system

7-speed dual clutch PDK transmission

The Porsche 911 GT2 RS name laid dormant in Stuttgart for almost 10 years, last used in 2009 with the 997. Then in 2017, the 991 GT2 RS was announced. With a stupendous 700 horsepower from its 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged engine, this dual-clutch, rear-wheel-drive "widow maker" was an instant sensation. Adding on top of its already resounding positive press, it set a production car lap record at the Nürburgring with a 6:47 minute lap time, cementing this car as the "baddest" street-legal car in the world, bar none.

This 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is perfectly optioned from the Porsche factory. The GT Silver Metallic coachwork with carbon fiber trim, over Black leather and alcantara with Red stitching, is magnified by the addition of the $18,000 Weissach package. It also includes the GT2 RS Magnesium Wheels, a carbon fiber hood and roof, and numerous other parts for lighter weight and aerodynamic modifications, this transforms the already potent car into the ultimate road and track 911. Other options included the must-have front axle lift system, Porsche's light design package, BOSE surround sound, carbon fiber floor mats with leather edging, dashboard trim in leather, automatically dimming mirrors, and chrono package. With a total sticker price of $344,140, this was no base model that was ordered by skimming options.

The original, and only, owner of the GT2 RS took delivery in 2018 from Porsche Santa Barbara, in California. After two years, the GT2 RS remains in pristine condition, showing just 719 delivery miles on the odometer.

This GT2 RS represents the pinnacle of Porsche 911 performance that will certainly not be matched for years to come. It's motorsport-derived nature has ensured that the driver can live on the ragged edge of performance whenever desired, yet be comfortable enough to use within legal speed limits. The duality of a track monster and daily driver is not often met in a balance such as this, but in the GT2 RS Porsche has delivered such a masterpiece. The power is relentless, the handling sublime, and the styling could not have been better executed.