Presented is 1 of approximately 300 US Spec 996 GT2's!
GT2's are rare to begin with, but extremely rare finished in Seal
Grey over Natural Brown Leather, Carbon Fiber Interior Package, and
Sport Seats Painted to Match in Seal Grey. With an MSRP north of
$200,000, this particular GT2 is very well spec'd.
Complete with COA, Copy of Original Window Sticker, Books and
Serviced in May of 2022 and with Brand New Michelin's Installed,
this stunning Widow Maker GT2 is ready to perform and will stand
tall and proud as part of any collection.
We have 3 996 GT2's in inventory, please visit our site to see the
- Cruise Control
- Carbon Interior Package
- Carbon Door Sill Model Insignia
- Aluminum Instrument Dials
- A/B Pillar/Roof Liner Leather
- Front Console in Interior Leather
- Rear Center Console - Carbon
- Leather Sun Visors Lighted Mirror
- Steering Column Covered Interior Leather
- 3 Spoke Steering Wheel Carbon/Leather
- Sport Seats Painted to Match
- Porsche Crest in Headrests
- Front Floor Mats with Porsche Lettering
- Footwell Lighting
- Dome Lamp Cover - Leather
- Brake /Shifter Carbon/Aluminum
- Michelin Tires
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About the 996 GT2:
The 996 platform was used as the basis for two lightweight GT
variants called the GT2 and the GT3.
The turbocharged GT2, was rear-wheel drive to save weight and to
avoid power losses through the transmission (This is primarily due
to the fact that the GT2 was built to compete in GT2 class racing,
which restricted the use of an all-wheel-drive system). The GT2
received an added group of aerodynamic body parts, and a re-tuned
version of the 996 Turbo's 3.6 litre, twin-turbocharged engine
featuring larger turbochargers and intercoolers, a revised intake
and exhaust system and re-programmed engine control software. The
result was 477HP at 5,700 rpm and 472 lbf�ft of torque at 3,500 to
4,500 rpm, enough to launch the car from 0-60 in 3.9 seconds and to
a top speed of 196 mph.
Bigger wheels and tires along with lightweight ceramic brakes were
standard. The GT2's fixed rear wing appears to be a concession to
racing rules that usually outlaw adjustable aerodynamic components.
The GT2 had no rear seat was available only with a 6-speed manual
The GT2 models use the Aluminum crankcase of the air-cooled 911
with its true dry sump oiling system. The six separate individual
Nikasil lined cylinders in this engine are covered with two
separately installed water jackets each covering a bank of 3
cylinders on each side of the engine, thus adding water cooling to
a crankcase originally designed for air-cooled cylinders (the
standard 996 Carrera engine has the cylinders and water jackets
cast together with the crankcase).
Like the 993 GT2, the body of the 996 GT2 differed significantly
from those of other 996 variants; major differences included wider
fenders, a more aggressively shaped nose, and a large rear
According to road testing performed by Car and Driver magazine, the
GT2 suffers from hardly any turbo lag. Despite a 10-millimeter
reduction in ride height from the 911 Turbo, the drag coefficient
is slightly higher - Cd=0.34 vs. the Turbo's 0.33 - due to the
fixed rear wing.
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