Two weeks ago I took a look at the base 992 Porsche 911 Carrera, which is akin to being the dumbest student at Oxford – outstanding performance in the grand scheme of things, but lowest on the totem pole within the group of peers. Today, I wanted to go a little higher on the 911 food chain with the upscale GTS. To me, the GTS was the best compromise if you really didn’t need a GT3 or the harsh ride it comes with but still wanted an extra bump in power over the S. Today’s example, a Carrera 4 GTS, comes to us finished in the wild color of Python Green. However, much like GT3s, don’t expect a deal.
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Model: Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS Coupe
Engine: 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged flat-6
Transmission: 7-speed manual
Mileage: 3,390 mi
Location: Miami, Florida
weck is pleased to offer a 7-speed manual, 992 Carrera 4 GTS finished in Python Green with full leather interior in black and just over 3 thousand miles. A full option readout is provided below. This C4 GTS has never been in any accidents, has all original paint throughout and comes with a clean CARFAX report. 911 Carrera 4 GTS – 144,000 7-speed Manual Transmission – 0 Python Green – 3,270 Leather Interior in Black – 4,530 Exterior Package in High Gloss Black – 3,520 Front Axle Lift System – 2,770 Ionizer – 350 Electric Slide/Tilt Sunroof in Glass – 2,000 Porsche Crest on Headrests (Front) – 290 Ventilated Seats (Front) – 840 Central Tachometer in Lizard Green – 420 Smoking Package – 0 Seat Belts in Lizard Green – 540 Power Sport Seats (14-way) with Memory Package – 1,530 Window Trim in High Gloss Black – 510 European Delivery (Leipzig) – 0 Included First Year / 10,000 Mile Maintenance – 0 Ornamental Porsche Crest – 0 Premium Package – 3,760 with: Surround View Storage Package Power Folding Exterioir Mirrors BOSE Surround Sound Mirrors Ambient Lighting Lane Change Assist (LCA) Delivery, Processing, and Handling Fee – 1,350 –TOTAL PRICE: 170,100–
The 992 GTS is hypercar levels of speed with some independent testers throwing down 0-60 numbers of 2.9 seconds with a good launch. That still blows my mind. On this example, I know lots of people are hot and cold on bright green, but I dig it. I also like the subtle touches like Lizard Green seatbelts and the Lizard Green accents on the tach and chrono. Throw in another $25,000 worth of options and you are at a sticker of $170,000. Unfortunately, this is nowhere near the asking price.
One year and 3,400 miles from new, this one comes with an ask of $214,992. Wow. A $45,000 markup on a GTS is a tough bill to swallow seeing as you can buy a 922 GT2 for just a handful of dollars more. This one has been for sale for a few months now and I’m guessing it has to do with this price. Don’t get me wrong, a wonderful and amazing car, but not at this price. I’m sure there is a dealer out there willing to take much less for your business.