2016 PORSCHE 911 Carrera GTS: The Limited And Historical Mexico Blue. The Last Of The Non-Turbo 911s. 7-Speed Manual. 430-HP. A Low 16,XXX Miles. Clean CARFAX Report. A Recent And Complete Servicing Rendered By RFMC'S In-House Porsche Tech With 30 Years Of Expertise (Servicing Specifics Are Available Upon Request).
With the move to forced-fed "6"s and future hybridization engine configurations, along with the scarcity of manual operation; the purity of an unfiltered driving experience is something that is becoming a soon-to-be distant memory. With this incredibly special 991.1 GTS, that is simply not the case. A naturally-aspirated flat-6 with superlative power figures that's manually operated in a non-GT 911 format, is something that is highly unlikely to be seen again (especially with 2016 signifying the end of the naturally-aspirated 991.1 GTS).
To put this into a deeper perspective, many 911 aficionados compare the 991.1 GTS to the last of the 911 993s; particularly the final years of the 993, 1997 and 1998 (just like how the 993 Carrera "S" was introduced during the 2nd to the last year of production of the 993-series, so was the GTS in the 991.1-series, as the model years coincide with the final years of the 991.1-series, 2015 and 2016). When the Carrera S's 1997 model year was released, it was championed for featuring enthralling standard-issue performance equipment, offered in a naturally-aspirated package; it boasted coveted desirables such as a widebody (the 991.1 also features a widebody along with the standard-issue enthralling performance equipment), and an updated braking and suspension system, which made the "S" models very desirable. We all know that after production of the 993 ceased, then came along the water-cooled 996, which ushered in a new era for the 911. During this era, from 1999 to 2016, the 911 remained naturally-aspirated aside from the Turbos and the GT2s; with the introduction of the 991.2 991 and now 992 911, the GT3/GT3RS are the only remaining non-turbocharged 911s -- allow that to sink in.
Factory Order Options:
031 - Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) incl. PASM Sport Suspension
435 - 20-inch 911 Turbo S Wheels
487 - Manual Transmission
581 - Luggage net in passenger footwell
583 - Smoking package
638 - ParkAssist (Front and Rear) with Reversing Camera
653 - Electric Slide/Tilt Sunroof in Glass
789 - Code for Exterior Paint to Sample
98 - Exterior Paint to Sample, Non-Metallic
GF - Leather Interior in Black with Alcantara
P3H - BOSE Audio Package
XAT - SportDesign package
XLJ - Storage Compartment Lid in Alcantara with Porsche Crest
XXG - Clear Glass Taillights
The 991.1 GTS is such an important model in recent Porsche history. In mentioning the latter, the "GTS" nameplate is as historic as its Mexico Blue finish (336 - non-metallic); with the "GTS" nomenclature being initially introduced to the world by way of the iconic 904 Carrera GTS, while the 70s made way for Mexico Blue and the very defining "Ducktail" spoiler as first seen on the storied 911 2.7 RS (and now onto this 991.1 GTS)!
Do not miss the opportunity in assuming ownership of this electrifying and immensely special 2016 911 Carrera GTS coupe! For additional information, call and/or text us now at (516) 888-9000/(516) 784-9619; we're authentic motorcar aficionados, let's chat!