2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS

I am baffled by this car. To be clear, not this particular car, but the GT2 RS model itself. 620 hp delivered from the rear engine to the rear wheels through a transmission that you have the pleasure of shifting yourself. Among modern supercars there aren’t many more that provide this same sort of attention getting power delivery and driver involvement. Super sticky tires and aerodynamics help keep everything pointed in the right direction, but there’s only so much aid they can provide should your right foot get a little over exuberant. I’ve featured a black GT2 RS previously and these remain one of the most menacing machines you’d be likely to cross paths with. Everything is about that aggression and I doubt any passersby would mistake this for your standard run-of-the-mill performance car. As the pinnacle of the 997 line it will be very tough for Porsche to top one of these.

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Year: 2011
Model: 911 GT2 RS
Engine: 3.8 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 2,080 mi
Price: $479,980 Buy It Now

2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS FOR SALE!!!

Finished in Gloss Black exterior over a full Black leather interior. This rare GT2 RS is like new!!!! No scratches No dents No stories!!! With a clean carfax!!!! This car has never been on a track, NO over revs!!!

Options include:

Black Full Leather
Additional interior carbon pkg
Adaptive sport seats
Auto dim mir w/int rain sensor
PCM with Navigation module
Audio System package
Central locking wheels
Sound package Plus
3-point seat belts in back
Cup holders
Bluetooth Phone interface
Sport Chrono Package Plus
XM Radio
Floor mats interior color
Universal audio interface

Exclusive options:

Wheels painted black
Belt outlets B pillars Carbon
Rear Center Console Carbon
Porsche Crest on headrest
Clear Tail lights
Foot rest aluminum
Etc….

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Even among the rarefied air of GT2 pricing this one seems pretty high. It’s priced a full $120K higher than the black GT2 RS we featured last year. Will the market bear such prices? I’m not sure, but buyers would certainly be hard pressed to find similar levels of supercar performance for similar money. And I guess that’s ultimately where the true comparisons lie. Much of the air-cooled 911 market has slowed down, but if we’re still seeing prices rise (assuming, of course, that buyers are indeed willing to pay these escalating prices for the GT2 RS), then it appears there is still some strength, at least at the top, of the 911 market.

-Rob

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