2016 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Rennsport Reunion Edition

As part of its sendoff of the outgoing 991 Porsche has turned to what it knows best: special editions. Inspiration this time did not come from the celebration of a production milestone or anything of that sort, but rather a celebration of some of Porsche’s biggest, and longest-tenured, fans. The Rennsport Reunion. As a Porsche-sanctioned event featuring some of the most prestigious models in Porsche’s history and with the express intention of using those cars on the track – rather than just having them seen – the Rennsport Reunion serves as a fitting showcase of the marque’s motorsport pedigree. To celebrate it makes much sense. The resulting special edition began with the Carrera GTS and its 430 hp being delivered only to the rear wheels, mandates that it come equipped with a manual transmission, and then throws on a number of cosmetic enhancements to help separate it from the rest of the GTS herd. To make it even more special, they only built 25.

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Year: 2016
Model: 911 Carrera GTS
Engine: 3.8 liter flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed manual
Mileage: 64 mi
Price: $219,500 Buy It Now

2016 Porsche 911 GTS Rennsport Reunion
We have just added to our extensive exotic car inventory a beautiful 2016 Porsche 911 GTS Rennsport Reunion edition in Fashion Grey over Black leather and Alcantara with only 64 miles. This GTS is loaded with: Rennsport Reunion package (Fashion Grey exterior with decorative black and red stripes on the hood, roof and decklid. PORSCHE logotype stripes on doors, 20″ Sport Classic wheels in gloss black, lower side mirror trim and satellite radio antenna in gloss black, LED headlights in black, Rennsport Reunion designation on trim above glove compartment, illuminated door sills and center console lid, Carmine Red deviating stitching, tachometer and seat belts, Fashion Grey painted vehicle key and a leather key pouch featuring Carmine Red accents and “911 Carrera GTS Rennsport Reunion Edition” lettering), 7 Speed manual transmission, sunroof delete, PASM sport suspension, rear ParkAssist, 18 way sports seats with front heating and memory package, smoking package, ornamental Porsche crest, GTS interior package, Porsche PCM with navigation, Bose audio system and more. One of only 25 built.

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As with most any special edition the price is not cheap: in this case the Rennsport Reunion Edition came in at just under $150K. Once we add on the $70K markup asked for here then we really have an expensive 911. These things happen when a model is produced in such low numbers. It is a very nice looking 911 though; perhaps the best looking edition of the 991 I’ve seen – at least outside of something like the 911R. The cosmetic package works really well, and stands out, without being over the top as the Fashion Grey exterior is complemented well by the red and black accents. That continues in the interior where a few more red accents provide highlights and break up the monotony. Could they have chosen a more captivating exterior color? Sure, but this one still looks very good and given that it always was likely to be treated to some graphics one of the pastels from Porsche’s past may have ended up looking too garish. Is it worth the markup? I don’t know, but many of the recent special editions seem to be quite prized and given that there are so few of the Rennsport editions around I think a case can certainly be made. It may just come down to how long the seller willing to wait.


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  1. Absolutely retarded markup. I’ll take a Club Coupe over this – the blue is nicer.

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