2016 Porsche 911R
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294 miles – one owner – as-new condition!
Factory MSRP of $214,570, factory options list over $27,000
Highly-desired GT Silver Metallic over black leather interior
Single-Mass Flywheel w/reinforced clutch, front axle lift, LED headlights, ext. range fuel tank
Includes original window sticker, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, books, and tools
6-speed GT Sport transmission, 500 horsepower 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat six engine
Honors the 50th anniversary of Porsche’s original 911R (First Porsche 911-based racecar)
GT Silver Metallic
Leather Interior in Black with Stitching in GT Silver
Extended Range Fuel Tank, 23.9 gallon
Single-Mass Flywheel with Reinforced Clutch
911R Limitation Number
Front Axle Lift system
Seat Belts in Black
Bose Surround Sound System
Carbon Fiber Floor Mats with Leather Edging
Extended Interior Package, Door Panel in Leather
Custom Tailoring Option (Special wishes that require further)
Extended interior package, Dashboard Trim in Leather
Porsche Communication Management incl. Navigation module
LED Headlights in Black with Porsche Dynamic Light System
SportDesign Exterior Mirror Upper Trim in Carbon Fiber
Headlight Cleaning System Covers in Exterior Color
Door-sill guards in Carbon Fiber, illuminated
Fuel Cap with Aluminum Look Finish
Windshield Top Tint
Aluminum Model Designation Plaque
With dual-clutch transmissions sweeping through Porsche’s top-tier lineup, the GT3 and GT3 RS were announced that they would no longer be offered with a row-your-own manual transmission. An uproar ensued throughout the Porsche driving community, saying that by removing the manual option they were removing one of the best and engaging parts about driving a Porsche. To quell the flame that was building, Porsche would announce a car to celebrate an anniversary of 50 years and fight fire with fire: the 2016 Porsche 911R.
Limited to 296 units in the U.S., 991 worldwide, the new Porsche 911R was created to honor the anniversary of what started it all: the 1967 Porsche 911R. Drawing inspiration from a model built 50 years prior, these new 911s carry many of the same principles and design characteristics that made the original R’s so formidable. High power, low weight, razor sharp handling, all tightly wound into one cohesive package. Available first to Porsche 918 owners, the 911Rs sold out and would become a lust-worthy 911 edition that is highly prized to true enthusiasts.
This Porsche 911R was optioned in the highly desired GT Silver Metallic color with a black leather interior. A total of $27,320 in factory options were ordered, with the complete list available above. Popular options like the Single-Mass Flywheel with reinforced clutch, front axle lift system, LED headlights, extended range fuel tank, Bose Surround sound, and others were selected. The car was originally sold to Isringhausen Imports of Springfield, IL. Owners of a 918, the 911R remained in the dealership’s collection until it was purchased by its first owner in California on July 21st, 2017, delivered with 24 miles.
The most recent owner drove the car 270 miles since he purchased the car. Due to having so many cars in his collection, the 911R remained in like-new condition during its entire period with the owner. Today it still retains its original window sticker, owner’s manuals and maintenance booklet, and its tools. With only 294 miles driven since delivery, this 911R presents like a brand new 911R. Ready to be driven and enjoyed, the 911R is the perfect combination of performance, comfort, and motorsports heritage.
About the Porsche 911R:
The 911R plays host to some of the best motorsport technology that has created simply one of the best street cars Porsche has ever made. Lightweight body panels made from carbon fiber and magnesium bring down weight to race car-levels of 3,021 pounds. Its incredible steering feedback and rear wheel steering allows precise steering unfathomable to whom have never driven an R, all while being able to drive on any city street comfortably. One of the highlights of the 911R is its slick 6-speed GT Sport manual transmission, unlike the 6 and 7-speeds found in many modern 911s. More precise and likened to a bolt-action of a rifle when shifting, it is the definition of precision. The 500 horsepower, naturally aspirated 4.0 liter flat six engine also makes an appearance in the R, unchanged from the GT3RS with maximum power available at 8,250rpm.
While the 911R focuses on being as pure as a high performance 911 can be, the interior is far from being stripped down. You’ll find exquisite leather on surfaces throughout the interior, with the carbon fiber bucket seats from the Porsche 918. One of the unique characteristics that sets the 911R apart is the ability to hear the mechanical noises throughout the interior. With only light noise dampening, you can hear the mechanicals working in concert as you drive 9/10ths and giving you a raw experience that no other street 911 can. Simple but elegant and utilitarian while luxurious, the 911R’s cabin is a wonderful place to be anywhere.