Stunning in its Agate Grey Platinum exterior and black leather interior and loaded with options, this PDK-equipped car will fulfill all of your race-car driver fantasies, while still providing a wonderful, safe ride for you and your loved ones.
With only 67K miles on the odometer, it is mechanically ideal, having just been serviced at Seattle’s finest Porsche-only shop - Gerber Motorsport. Equipped with an epic sounding 3.4L water-cooled flat-six engine, a large sliding sunroof, 20” wheels and nearly-new Bridgestone Potenza tires, this car is the evolution of the iconic 911 into the modern supercar era.
The launch of the seventh-generation Porsche 911 began with the 2012 model year and extends through the 2013 and 2014 model years as all the variants adopt the new platform and new body style. The new 991, as it is called internally, replaces the outgoing 997 (2007-2011). It's an interesting numbering system, but the new 991 is anything but a step backward. This seventh-generation Porsche 911 is a big leap forward from the previous generation with a totally new platform.
The new 991 is longer, lower and wider than the 997 before it, but the familiar Porsche 911 profile remains. Also familiar is its rear-engine layout featuring a horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine emitting a traditional Porsche wail. Traditional but tuned with the latest engineering and technology.
The Porsche 911 Carrera is powered a 3.4-liter flat-six punching out 350 horsepower and 287 pound-feet of torque, with a 0 to 60 mph acceleration time of 4.4 seconds, according to Porsche. These cars are available with a 7-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, which Porsche dubs PDK for Porsche DoppelKupplung. Any of the Carrera models would make fine daily transportation, unlike many super cars in their performance and price range.
One of the notable differences between this new 991 generation and the outgoing 997 is the steering; Porsche switched from a hydraulic system to electric steering, a move that continues to keep you in touch more than enough to let you know precisely what the car is doing.
Another improvement over the previous generation is the addition of the Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) active roll stabilization system. Porsche states its PDCC technology enhances cornering performance and safety.
This car has just been fully detailed, has a clean CarFax and WA State title and is equipped with the following options: