Cream White 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera S Coupe

Do I like this color? I realize that’s a strange way to begin a post, but it’s my primary thought when looking at this 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera S Coupe. As noted in the title the color is Cream White. I can think of few times, if ever, I’ve seen it. Or, at least, few times I recognized it. Normally a subdued white would not be my thing. Yet, I’m really attracted to this 911. I find it quite striking and dare I say beautiful. I’d love to see it in the flesh (were I a prospective buyer I’d have to see one in the flesh before committing to the color) because I’m curious how it looks up close and under various lighting conditions. White 911s can look very good. These cream or off-white options have long been offered by Porsche and this one reminds me of Ivory, which can be very pretty on the 356. But this is one of the few times that I’ve really liked it on the 911.

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Year: 2010
Model: 911 Carrera S
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed automatic
Mileage: 5,665 mi
Price: $73,995 Buy It Now

Here is the ultimate 2010 Porsche Carrera S with unbelievably low mileage of only 5665 miles and it shows. With paint protection film on the car for the majority of the miles it does have their are very few stone chips and the rest of the car shows just as well. This Porsche 911 is fitted with the glorious PDK transmission which makes for a great drivers car or amazing as a grand touring car. Probably the best feature of this car is the color, The Cream White almost changes as the amount of light changes and the color matched wheels add lots of character to this beauty. Other options include valved exhaust, adjustable shocks, carbon ceramic brakes, and heated seats.

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Contrary to seemingly everything I believe in one of the aspects of this 911 I do really like is the color-matched wheels. With a few notable exceptions, I typically really do not like white wheels. On this 911, they look really good. Perhaps it is because they are not the full bright white, I don’t know, but I like them. There is a way in which this entire 911 is making me rethink certain preferences.

Overall, everything here looks in very nice shape. The paint looks good and the interior looks crisp and (mostly) clean. This Carrera S is equipped with PDK, which normally would not be what I’d look for in a 997, but it’s certainly an upgrade over the previous Tiptronic S equipped 911s and based on the relative abundance of PDK on the 991 I’m guessing it will have wide appeal. The most significant of the other options are a set of ceramic composite brakes. While not the most important aspect of those brakes, the yellow calipers work very well with the cream white wheels!

This looks to be a very nice 911 and one that you definitely could enjoy. That it comes in an unusual color is a nice bonus assuming it appeals to you. However, the price definitely is on the high end. I think the seller is seeking a bit too high of a premium based on the low mileage. While the low mileage is nice and low, for a 911 that’s only eight years old I’m not sure it’s the sort of thing to make a huge fuss about. You do get a nice build and of course the Carrera S is a great machine. If the price can come down, then it should be a nice find.

-Rob

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3 Comments

  1. I have a 2011 Turbo s in this color with a terracota interior that may be the most beautiful combo on a 911 ( i know I’m biased) the color is really unique and much better in person especially with the contrast of ceramics it just works. Im moving soon and will have to sell mine, which I’m sure I will regret

  2. I have seen this color in person, on a 997.2, and it is very nice. Car checks all the boxes for me, except the seats. Clever photography almost hides the fact that they are the absolute base, 2 way adjustable seats. The 18 way adaptive seats are a must…

  3. @betasteve: Curious as to why you feel the 18 ways are needed. I always thought that these kind of features just add needless complexity and weight. Especially in the case of seats – I usually adjust my seat once and never ever adjust it again except if a tech moves it for service once or twice a year.

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