2018 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet
Almost since the very beginning of the 911 in 1963, Porsche has offered a dizzying array of models to suit the varied preferences of consumers. As the decades have passed, the variety has only grown, with key configuration options being added, such as the Turbo, cabriolet, and four wheel drive. One of the more recent additions has been the GTS about ten years ago, which sits above the base Carrera and Carrera S. The GTS provides more power and dynamism without the full-tilt race car for the road vibe of the GT3 and GT2. Critically, the GTS comes with back seats and is available in all three body styles and with four wheel drive, none of which are available on the GT3 and GT2.
This particular car is a 991.2 GTS Cabriolet with rear wheel drive, featuring a 450hp powerplant and PDK transmission. A one-owner car which has always been in the San Francisco Bay Area, this car is nicely optioned with approximately $28,000 of equipment including Carmine Red paint, leather and alcantara interior with GTS package, silver instrument faces, PDK, automatically dimming mirrors, heated seats, lane change assist, front axle lift, heated multifunction steering wheel, luggage net in passenger footwell, smoking package, Porsche entry and drive, light design package, Bose surround sound stereo, 18-way seats, painted side skirts, and aluminum look fuel cap. The total MSRP was $161,100. The car has been enthusiastically owned and well-maintained and comes with service records, tools, books, and window sticker.