2012 Porsche 911 (997.2) Carrera S PDK Cabriolet: The final evolution to what many die-hard enthusiasts consider to be the last of its kind, from its famed pendulum properties that are viewed by some as serving as the 911's charismatic conscience and is an alluring attribute that isn't as apparent in its successor, the frank yet fabulous feedback as given by its hydraulic assisted steering, to its old-school-driver's-car aura you're met with up upon entry that only continues in the most illustrious way when piloting it, are just a few of the many covetable traits that make the 6th generation 911 astoundingly desirable amongst today's offerings and possesses all the right elements in positioning it to be a contemporary classic.
Finished in the gorgeous dynamic black hue of Basalt Black Metallic over a two-toned Black and Sand Beige Full Leather upholstered cabin and showcased on 19-inch Carrera S II wheels, this stirring last year example displays an odometer reading of a low 16,XXX miles from new, exhibits a Clean CARFAX Report, and benefits from a recent and complete servicing rendered by our in-house Porsche Tech with 30 years of expertise (servicing specifics are available upon request).
Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP of $118,910): 250 Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK); 19-inch Carrera S II Wheel; Wheel Center Caps with Colored Crest; Sport Chrono Package Plus; Leather Interior Package in Two-Tone Combination; Black/Sand Beige Full Leather Interior; 12-Way Power Seats; Comfort Package; Infotainment Package; Clear Taillights; Basalt Black Metallic.
Equipped with the optioned Sport Chrono Package Plus and the "rapid-fire-gear-changes-without-zero-power-interruption" PDK transmission, this not only allows for this Carrera S Cabriolet to experience a reduction in the time that it would take to go from 0-60 (the coupling of the duo allows for a time of approximately 4.3 seconds) but the intensification of one's heart-rate increases exponentially as you're granted the Sport Plus button. When pressed, euphoric motorsport-channeled characteristics never felt so tangible as it allows for racetrack-enhanced traits such as Launch Control to be made available while the PDK system experiences immensely decreased shift times and favorable shift points for peak acceleration.
The 997.2 represents the final iteration of the 911's iconic svelte and "right-sized" silhouette, taking form from previous generations; with the 991 and now 992 911s, this is lost. Though featuring a suite of electronic conveniences, it's still largely analog and this sought-after characteristic isn't tainted by the "powers that be"; the S variant comes equipped as standard with the sought-after Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) system (aids in intensifying the already scalpel-like handling characteristics) along with a naturally aspirated engine with nearly 400-hp that's shared with the 991 as well as updated interior components. This 911 generation beautifully borrows things from the new generation, yet still retains the old ideologies of what makes a 911, a 911.
For more info on this final year and desirably equipped 997.2 Carrera S PDK Cabriolet, offered by Ryan Friedman Motorcars, call and/or text us now at (516) 888-9000/(516) 784-9619; we're authentic motorcar aficionados, let's chat!