The 911 top model from Porsche, directly from the second owner including Porsche Approved Warranty. One of the fastest sports cars currently on the market, but still perfectly suitable for daily use. Executed in GT Silver which accentuates the pretty curves with the wide hips even better.
Building an extremely fast sports car that is still perfectly usable as a daily driver. Porsche proves time and again that this is possible with their 911 Turbo. With the 992 version Porsche has outdone itself again. This Turbo S heads for Hypercar territory. The 992 Turbo S sprints faster than a Ferrari F8 Tributo, shows its rear end to an Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, but for less money. In short, it drives around in its own class. It is such a good machine that it is almost incomparable. It is amazing what the developers at Porsche have come up with to make the perfect car even more perfect, without making it boring.
To make it more concrete: the Porsche 992 Turbo S does the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in a stunning 2.7 seconds. That's only one tenth slower than a 918 Spyder. In everyday life, this car can stay close to a Bugatti Chiron. And yet it is a perfectly practical car for daily use, with room for two children in the back. Porsche has taken to heart the comments from Porsche owners that modern 911 Turbo's were perhaps a little too easy, even unemotional. The 992 Turbo S is suitable for 'real drivers' as well and even lures GT3 drivers back to the top model. A sensational car.
Where the 991 Turbo S developed 580 hp, that number has grown to 650 hp in the 992. Looking at the torque, the maximum torque of 800 Nm is undoubtedly enough to pull a complete string of asphalt under the car. All this monstrous force of nature is sent to the four wheels (in the Porsche Turbos since 1995) and thanks to Porsche Traction Management, this is not an uncontrolled process: only the wheels that have the traction are given more power. In addition, more than half of the torque can be sent to the two front wheels when really needed. The gear change is done with the eight-speed PDK transmission, and no, that wasn't a mistake when it was ordered: the 992 Turbo S is only available with a PDK automatic gearbox.
In this GT Silver Metallic colour, it is still a reasonably understated appearance. The sound can also be discreet, but fortunately you can also make the boxer engine audible through the sports exhaust. At the rear, you immediately recognise the sports exhaust system: it has two oval shaped pipes instead of four square ones.
This Turbo S is further equipped with Burmester audio, the front axle lift system and LED Matrix headlights, among other things. The car was originally delivered in the Netherlands, comes with a Porsche Approved warranty and has 24,800 km on the odometer.
No matter which generation of the Porsche 911 Turbo you have in front of you, one thing is certain: this will become a classic. In this case we have a model of the latest generation of the 992 family in the Turbo S version before us and it makes us a little bit greedy. And even with the Porsche Approved warranty.
The first buyer of the car certainly didn't make a mistake when ordering the car: he simply ticked everything that was important and that's basically all Porsche can deliver.
And then there's the looks: who doesn't turn into their own five-year-old version at the sight of a Porsche 911 Turbo S? The colour GT Silver suits a model like the Turbo S very well; the curves, extra cooling slots and gaps stand out even more. And we can agree with the owner: "A black Porsche, like I had before, is beautiful, but it is immediately dirty when you drive it out of the showroom."
This Porsche is still as good as new and comes with Porsche Approved warranty until April 2023.
The main points of the recent maintenance history are:
09-06-2020 - 19 km - Delivery inspection first owner
19-05-2022 - 22.977km - Delivery inspection second owner & service
Included with sale
About the seller
The owner has been driving various models of the 911 family for years. Previously, he had a Carrera 4S, but he saw the Turbo S and was sold. However, he now decided to pass on the Turbo S to someone else because, according to him, he is a bit too enthusiastic with this car and the Turbo S is very tempting to drive (too) fast. The owner frankly admits: "This is a bit too much car for me".
Seller - On request Sellertype - Private Location - Netherlands Chassisnumber - WP0ZZ99ZLS269160 Registrationnumber - H-001-XG Year/date- 2020 Firstregistration - 12-06-2020 Mileage - 24,800 Demonstrable - Yes, through invoices Warranty - Yes, Porsche Approved until April 2023 VAT/Margin car - VAT Bodywork - Coupé Engine - 3,745 cm³ six-cylinder Drive - four wheels Transmission - 8 speed PDK Exterior - GT Silver Interior - Black Upholstery - Leather Smokingcar - No Owners - Two In possession since - 2022 Tyres - Goodyear 6/7 mm
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