Debuting at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, the 997-generation of Porsche’s fabled 911 GT2 brought truly staggering levels of performance to the 997 platform. Turning out 530 bhp and 505 foot-pounds of torque from its 3.6-litre flat six-cylinder engine with twin turbochargers, the 911 GT2 could race to a top speed of 204 mph, making it the fastest street-legal 911 ever produced at the time of its introduction.
The 997 GT2 offered here is a rare locally delivered Hong Kong market car. It was delivered new to the current keeper and was kept with him ever since. This 997 GT2 was nicely specified with Alcantara sports seats, door panels, dashboard, and center console. It features a high-quality roll cage painted black to contrast its Artic Silver exterior. It also includes the Sport Chrono package, Bose audio, red seat belts and safety harness.
Body: 2 Doors Coupe
Exterior: Artic Silver Metallic
Driver's Side: RHD
Transmission: 6 Speed Manual
Indicated Mileage: 28,000 KM
Location: Hong Kong
Registration: Hong Kong Registered
This Motor Car: Offered here today is this splendid Artic Silver Metallic 997 GT2, well cared for, single ownership and full history from new. Delivery new in Hong Kong by the Porsche dealer and done just 28,000 KM on its odometer, the car appears today as lightly used. The 997 GT2 never missed a beat and always serviced by dealer, this is a superb example.
*Fastest and Most Powerful 911 of Its Day
*Pristine Condition with 28,000KM Original Miles
*Fearsome performance allied to a six speed manual gearbox
Classic Insider condition score: 88 points out of 100
Fully Original with good paint and original interior. Presents as just lightly used. Artic Silver Metallic on Black. The Interior is unblemished and everything appears original. Excellent condition with Full Porsche Service history. Same owner from new, although VRD shows 1 previous owner (self-transfer).
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Full Service History since new
**Service records available upon request
BACKGROUND AND HISTORY:
After making the biggest change in its history with its 996-generation 911 in 1999, Porsche catered to its faithful with the 2005 follow-up. The 997 may have only moved its model designation one number forward, but it was far more up to date inside and out.
Most notably, the 997 marked a return to the favored ovoid headlights. At the rear, its haunches were several inches wider than the outgoing model, which both gave it more stylistic presence and allowed Porsche to push its handling limits even further. Inside, it featured an interior design that nodded to the past while allowing for modern technologies such as a standard audio display screen in the center stack.
Three years after the 997 debuted, Porsche took to the stage at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show with the 204 mph 997 GT2. It used a version of the company’s 3.6-liter flat-six with twin variable geometry turbochargers for a total of 530 hp and 505 foot-pounds of torque shuttled to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. The 997 GT2 was the first Porsche with launch control, a necessity given the amount of power it sent to its two drive wheels. Carbon ceramic disc brakes brought the 997 GT2 to a halt—quickly, and reliably on track.
Numerous cosmetic upgrades, including a rear wing with functional air inlets, a titanium exhaust outlet, and a downforce-enhancing body kit helped cope with the extra power. At the time, the 997 GT2 was the fastest 911 ever made street legal.
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