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2018 Porsche 991 GT2 RS Weissach | SOLD

The 911 GT2 RS offered here is finished in a rare white body colour with black carbon accent over a Black Leather and Red Alcantara interior with Red stitching. The car features not only the desirable $171,000 Weissach Package, but also the $114,000 Magnesium wheels painted in Satin Platinum and LED Headlights in Black, making this Hong Kong delivered car unique. Additional optional equipment includes Clubsport Package, Front Axle Lift System, Reversing Camera, Bose Sound System, Cruise Control, Sport-Chrono package with lap trigger and LED light package. This 2900km GT2 RS is nearly new and was first delivered in December 2018 by Hong Kong Porsche Dealer.

The GT2 RS is anything but subtle. Massive intakes carved into its front bumper, a deep chin spoiler, and a functional wing give it gravitas unmatched by any road-going Porsche before. The GT2 RS’ twin-turbo, twin-intercooled 3.8-liter six-cylinder makes use of the automaker’s VarioCam Plus system that imperceptibly adjusts the intake camshafts and switches the lift of the intake valves to make for effortless acceleration.

For the first time, the GT2 RS did not come with a manual transmission. A human driver’s shifting abilities pale in comparison to the rapid, split-second shifts fired off by the advanced Porsche PDK seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. It is that transmission that makes the GT2 RS capable of sprinting to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds, going on to 124 mph in a mere 8.3 seconds before hitting an otherworldly 210 mph top speed.

The GT2 RS quickly proved to be more than just a solid straight-line performer. Porsche made use of ball joints for its chassis joints for a more direct connection with the road. Adjustable suspension height, wheel camber, track, and stabilizer bars mean that the GT2 RS can be custom-tailored to a road course after just a few minutes of tweaking.

As the ultimate 991-generation Porsche 911, the GT2 RS with the Weissach Package follows the automaker’s other showcase cars such as the 959, 996 GT1, and the 918. The eager 911 GT2 RS Weissach shed more than 65 lbs. while adding track-ready features which included the first carbon-fiber stabilizer bars ever fitted to a production automobile. Carbon weave was used for its front hood and for its roof, too. Satin Platinum center-lock wheels. Yellow calipers for its carbon ceramic brakes are easy to see between its narrow wheel spokes. Carbon-fiber ducts on its front fenders both give the 911 GT2 RS its unique look and help to cool the brakes during serious driving.

Inside, the 911 GT2 Weissach Package balances luxury and performance. Its sports seats are covered in leather and Alcantara, with ‘Weissach RS’ stitched into the fixed headrests. Carbon fiber trim dominates the Porsche’s dashboard. A Weissach RS badge is attached to the panel covering its cupholders on the passenger’s side of the dashboard. Porsche even made use of titanium for the GT2 RS Weissach’s integrated roll cage which weighs about 25 lbs. less than the steel unit fitted to models with the Club Sport Package.

The Weissach GT2 RS represent the pinnacle of performance for Porsche’s 991, a level of technology not likely to be approached by the new 992 until near the end of the new model’s production run.

Year: 2018

Body: 2 Doors

Exterior: White with Black carbon accent

Interior: Black Leather with Red Alcantara

Driver's Sider: RHD

Transmission: PDK

Indicated Mileage: 2900 KM

Location: Hong Kong

Registration: NOT Registered

History: This superb RHD is a local dealer delivered car in December 2018 but it is currently not registered. It was meant to be kept for occasional use in his collection. Showing just 2900km from new, the car is carefully kept in an excellent mechanical condition, original book pack and owners manuals are present along with its spare key. This excellent example is ready to enter a new stable. Available for viewing by appointment for serious interest only.


  • Brand New Condition Original Hong Kong Dealer delivered car

  • Unique colour combination

  • Features the desirable Weissach package with Magnesium wheels

Classic Insider condition score: 95 points out of 100


Original. Look factory fresh and newly like-new. Well-optioned, low miles, good color. Exterior is excellent with very minor stone chips. Original wheels are unmarked and shod with original tires. The Interior is original, seats, dash, carpets and door cards shows almost no signs of wear and tear. Mechanically excellent, Engine bay is kept super clean and tidy. Owner's book pack and tool presented.

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In the Porsche 911 hierarchy, the GT2 nomenclature is reserved for its most ferocious models. Sports car racing once known as GT2 has changed considerably since the automaker first homologated its 993-generation 911 in the early 1990s. Back then, the GT2 used a 424-hp version of the twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter flat-six plucked from the 993 Turbo. Composite bolt-on fender flares wrapped around its wide wheels and a massive, fixed spoiler with integrated air scoops gave it a menacing look.

By the time Porsche moved from air-cooled powertrains to liquid-cooled, the automaker left GT2 racing to concentrate on naturally aspirated GT3 competition. Still, the GT2 name survived as the maximum version of the 996 with a 476-hp twin-turbocharged engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission. That model set the stage for water-cooled 911 GT2s to come. The revived 997 GT2 looked the part once again with its oval headlamps and it benefitted from a big upgrade in its engine compartment. Now, the engine pumped out 523 hp, allowing it to top 200 mph on a closed course.

Porsche had more on its mind than just the GT2, however. The Nissan GT-R bested the GT2 at the Nürburgring Nordschliefe, which might as well have been Porsche’s home turf. Porsche responded with the GT2 RS, which weighed about 150 lbs. less than the standard model and had 612 hp, to boot.

The GT2 RS was the new standard, Porsche said, when it unveiled the highest-performance version of its 911 yet in 2017. The 991-body GT2 RS made its debut virtually at the Microsoft Xbox E3 briefing in 2017 before showing up in the flesh at the Goodwood Festival of Speed that summer ready for a blistering sprint up Lord March’s famous driveway.


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