“The 911 two-door high-performance sportscar dates back to 1964 and has evolved through the subsequent decades with various changes to drivetrains and technology while retaining a similar design language, market position and identity,” the auction house says in the sport coupe’s listing.
“The eighth generation of the 911 was dubbed the 992 and first debuted for the 2019 model year, displaying wider rear-wheel arches, aluminum architecture, and a new rear bumper compared to its predecessor.”
This 2021 Porsche 911 example, finished in Gentian Blue Metallic, features a front air dam, side air intakes with active cooling, recessed pop-out door handles and an active rear spoiler with an integrated LED brake lamp. Additionally, a Sport Exhaust system with black-finished dual tailpipes is seen at the rear.
The interior houses power-adjustable heated and ventilated Mojave Beige leather bucket seats up front accented with a black dash, black leather-wrapped steering wheel and brushed aluminum trim inlays.
Other interior amenities include a 10.9-inch navigation and Porsche Communication Management screen that offers Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and SiriusXM, an eight-speaker Burmester sound system, auto stop/start, ParkAssist, Keyless Go and much more.
Power comes from a rear-mounted 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged boxer six factory rated at 443 horsepower with aluminum block and cylinder heads and is water-cooled with thermal management. The engine is paired with a rear axle steering option and a 7-speed manual transmission.
This 911 Carrera’s auctions ends August 11 at 12:00 p.m. PDT.
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