Porsche 911 991.1 Turbo S Cabrio complete checkbook only 26,000 kilometers (2014)
The history of the Porsche company began at the end of the 1940s, when the Stuttgart-based carmaker presented its first own vehicle, the Porsche 956. The small roadster acquired a loyal fan base, but the final breakthrough came in 1963. This year, the Porsche 911 was presented, which became the symbol of the brand and is now produced in the 8th generation. The appearance of the fast-paced sports car changed only slightly over the decades, while the striking front was essentially retained and the rear also uses typical Porsche style elements in the present. The traditionally round headlights became more oval from the mid-1990s and the aerodynamics were continuously improved. Another important step into modernity was the light-alloy body, which was used from the Porsche 991 onwards and improved the driving characteristics of the traditional sports car for the future.
In this auction, a Porsche 991 Turbo S Convertible is offered, which rolled off the production line in 2014. It represents one of the most powerful models of the seventh generation of the classic Porsche 911 and was first approved for road traffic in the year of its manufacture in the United States. The sports car returned to Germany via the detour Dubai only some time ago and suffered minor injuries in the front area after an accident damage. The vehicle has a complete checkbook and can prove matching numbers, but is currently not registered. The fully roadworthy Porsche 991 would have to complete the main inspection at the TÜV before commissioning and will be handed over to the new proud owner with all documents and the original keys.
The Porsche 991 Turbo S presents itself in a classic white and has a red soft top that gives it a very individual character. The body of the sports car has recently been repainted on the sides, but the minor collision damage at the front has not yet been completely repaired. Apart from this area, there are no defects on the exterior, so that the vehicle with the distinctive ventilation slots and the typical rear spoilers is in a good general condition.
Original Porsche alloy wheels are mounted on the vehicle, which are typical of the turbo version of the 991 with their 10-spoke look. Very nice Pirelli P-Zero tires are used, which can still be driven for a while, but how the brakes should be checked before registration. The chassis has not been modified since commissioning and, like the other components in this area, has no known defects.
For the design of the cockpit, mainly materials in classic black were used. The fittings look very well-groomed and also on the partly wine-red sporty leather chairs and the side panels in the same shade no signs of use are recognizable. The entire interior is very inviting, in addition, automatic climate control, cruise control, seat heating and radio are pleasant travel companions. The technical equipment includes power steering, central locking and power windows, while various driver assistance systems integrated by Porsche ensure a high level of safety.
The powerful Porsche 991 Turbo S has covered a total of 26,700 kilometres since its commissioning, which can be read on the fittings and is confirmed by the complete checkbook. Failure symptoms on the displays or instruments could not be detected so far, so that the entire technology can be regarded as fully functional.
The Porsche 991 Cabriolet uses a 6-cylinder boxer engine with turbocharging, which delivers 560 hp (412 kW) with a displacement of 3.8 litres. A 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and all-wheel drive facilitate locomotion, allowing the power sports car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 318 km/h. The last service was carried out in March 2021, during which no defects were found in the engine, transmission and technical components. The underbody is still rust-free and the exhaust system is fully intact, so there is currently no reason for complaints.
The Porsche 991 Turbo S has not been susceptible to repair so far, so that no unscheduled workshop visits should be necessary in the future. Regular inspections should, of course, be carried out in order to maintain driving ability and to be able to show a complete checkbook.
The Porsche 991 is the seventh generation of the famous 911 and, in the Turbo S version, one of the most powerful sports cars approved for road traffic in Germany. The pure power is noticeable all over the body during short accelerations, and Porsche has also equipped the car with a sound symposium that transmits the engine noise via a diaphragm into the interior of the vehicle. This ensures additional authenticity, making the Porsche 911 S Turbo the perfect car for friends of the Porsche brand, for whom speed and the inimitable lifestyle of a convertible are particularly important.
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- Type of auctionPrice estimationWith reserve105.000 - 125.000 €
- Remaining timeAuction endedStart at18.01.2023 00:00
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