Porsche Carrera GT


The Carrera GT offers a great opportunity to own and drive one of the most exciting cars in history; one of the last true analog hypercars built with a manual gearbox. All 1,270 Carrera GTs produced were left-hand drive. Painted in GT Silver over Terracotta leather, this Porsche Carrera GT is the 80th of this limited-production series. It was delivered in California, USA on 4 August 2004 and has recorded just 11,928KM from the time it left the Leipzig factory to the present day. A major service was carried out in November 2015 by the Porsche Dealer in Hong Kong. Recorded mileage was 11,868KM. The car has all the oil services as well as a new battery installed. In Dec 2015, the car had a “Royal” Detailing Treatment done by EDP Hong Kong. The exterior, interior and engine bay was deep cleansed and a Quartz Coating was applied to protect the newly polished paint. Since then the Carrera GT has been driven fewer than 60 KM. Most recently, the car has gone through another major schedule maintenance at Porsche Dealer which included an engine out service and a brand new fuel tank. The Carrera GT is one of the most challenging and rewarding driver's cars in existence and destined to be one of the most important classic cars of the future. This ready-to-drive example would be a great addition to your collection.

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Year: 2004

Body: 2-Door with Targa Top

Exterior: GT Silver

Interior: Terracotta Leather

Driver's Sider: LHD

Indicated Mileage: 11,928KM

Location: Hong Kong

History: US Spec, First Delivered in California. Hong Kong Porsche Dealer Maintenance records available

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The last of the ultra-analog Hypercar by Porsche

  • Motor borrowed from a V10 Formula One Engine

  • A limited1270 made, all numbered and increasingly hard to find

  • Still reasonably priced for such a landmark car in the automotive history

In 2003 Porsche released their answer to the previous year’s release of the Ferrari Enzo with the incredibly unique, and instantly recognisable Carrera GT. Utilising the pinnacle of Formula One racing technology at the time, Porsche designed and constructed this car purely with performance in mind.The 5.7L V-10 is combined with a full carbon fibre monocoque and body, maximising the power to weight ratio and earning this model the “Hypercar” label. Only 1270 of these cars were produced worldwide, rendering them highly desirable and increasingly rare.

Very analogue for its time, the 5.7L V10 is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission, providing the driving feel these cars are so well known for. While this setup may have been intended as an homage to the 1960’a Le Mans racers of the past, the 605-horsepower delivered to the rear wheels as well as the Formula One race-bred technology put this class in a class of its own.

One of the few examples in the world of a landmark in automotive engineering – a true Le Mans race car for the street.