The ultimate iteration of the 991 generation 911, the GT2RS among the most intense Porsche road cars ever made. Rear wheel drive and turbocharged to 700 horsepower, the car is a track-oriented testament to what the company’s GT division is capable of doing at its most unconstrained. The car makes extensive use of carbon fiber and magnesium, particularly when equipped with the optional Weissach package, which adds carbon fiber roof and exterior trim (fender vents front and rear, mirrors, window triangles) to the already carbon fiber fenders and deck lids of the standard car. The Weissach package also adds magnesium wheels and carbon fiber sway bars, all of which reduce the car’s weight in all by approximately 30 kilograms. The resulting performance is absolutely mind-bending, and the car held the Nurburgring production car record following a 6:47 lap set in 2017.
This particular example is a one-owner California car fitted with the Weissach package including magnesium wheels. It is finished in chalk with the two-tone red and black interior with red stitching and seatbelts, as well as red-painted HVAC vent slats. It is also equipped with lightweight bucket seats, leather steering column casing, front axle lift, sport chrono, Bose stereo, painted key, fire extinguisher, carbon fiber door sill trims, smoking package, and luggage net in the passenger footwell.