|Colour||GT Silver Metallic|
|Service History||Full Porsche|
|Interior||Black Full Leather|
We are delighted to offer this low mileage manual 996 Turbo S coupe, finished in desirable GT Silver metallic with black leather and carbon interior. This car has covered 33861 miles and wants for nothing after recent maintainence. This car has full Porsche OPC history and recently had £15k of spend in the last year with full suspension refresh and a 9e Powerkit fitted.
This Turbo S Coupe came with the following additional equipment to standard
Black Full Leather interior with Sports Seats
Carbon side vents, defroster trim, speaker covers, centre console, air vents, instrument surround, door panel parts, handbrake lever, gear knob etc.
3 spoke Steering wheel in Carbon/leather
Instrument Dial painted / Aluminium look finish
X73 Sports Suspension
- original short shift changed to 997 turbo SSK
- PCM2 replaced with the latest classic porsche PCM double din unit offering Carplay etc
- The X73 Sport Suspension has been replaced with genuine non Sport 996 turbo suspension to make the car more useable on a day to day basis
- 9e Powerkit raising the power to approx 570ps
The car comes with 2 sets of keys and full documentation.
Every Porsche that we offer for sale has been fully inspected by us and only goes into our showroom once we are happy with the quality both mechanically and cosmetically. We offer a free 12 month inhouse renewable comprehensive warranty on all our cars to give you reassurance that buying from Nine Excellence is an excellent choice. Finance and Part Exchange are both available
Nine Excellence are the leading Independent Porsche Specialists, so you can be assured that this example is in superb condition.
Please contact us on 01293226911 to arrange a viewing or for more information or email us at [email protected]
About the 996 Turbo S model
Porsche extended its 996 range to include the 996 Turbo S. It was available as both a Coupe and a Cabriolet and went on sale in August 2004.
The 2005 911 Turbo S, with power from the 3.6 twin-turbocharged horizontally opposed flat-six cylinder engine, produces 450ps and 457 lb.-ft. of torque between 3,500 and 4,500 rpm. The standard 996 Turbo produced 420ps. The Turbo S has a maximum track-speed of 190 mph (307 km/h) and accelerates from a standing start to 124 mph (200 km/h) in just 13.6 seconds, 0.8 seconds quicker than the 911 Turbo.
Standard equipment on the 911 Turbo S included further developed Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB). The internally ventilated ceramic discs have a diameter of 13.78 inches, both front and back. The front brakes use six-piston monobloc fixed callipers rather than the four-piston version used on the 911 Turbo. Ceramic composite brake discs provide a 50-percent weight savings compared to conventional metal discs. This reduces unsprung weight, enhances shock absorber response and vehicle handling.
In addition to the Turbo S logo on the rear lid and on door mouldings and centre console, the Turbo S is identified by its 18-inch wheels painted in GT silver metallic with colored Porsche crests. Other standard features include cruise control, a six CD changer system and a green-tinted band at the top of the windscreen. Inside, the Turbo S features aluminium gauge faces and a Turbo S logo on the tachometer.
Worldwide Production for the 996 Turbo S (including both Coupe and Cabriolet) was 1563 cars. This makes this model very limited in numbers.