A rare and special UK supplied GTS finished in Oak Green Metallic, a colour favoured by the Porsche family when they spec their cars and Walter Rohrl’s choice for his 911R. This special-order PTS colour looks fantastic and really suits the Porsche. PTS or ‘paint to sample colours’ are rarely ordered as they cost substantially more than the standard pallete and are only available at certain times of the year, meaning a long wait in most cases. In addition to the great colour, this GTS features a host of options way beyond the already generous GTS spec as detailed below.
Instrument dials in Silver
GTS interior package
Light design package
Passenger footwell storage net
Park assist front and rear with reversing camera
Bose surround sound system
Dashboard trim package in leather
Vehicle key painted with key pouch in leather
Adaptive sports seats plus (18 way electric)
Automatically dimming mirrors with integrated rain sensor
LED main headlights in black including Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus)
Sun visors in Alcantara
Steering column casing in leather
Sport seats plus back rests in leather
Door sill guards in carbon (illuminated)
Needless to say this did not come cheap, the original invoice price amounting to around £120,000.
This special Porsche was originally supplied by the Porsche Centre Swindon on the 10th of November 2017. The last owner purchased it 6,000 miles later immediately upon seeing it for sale at the official Porsche Centre in Mid Sussex. It was serviced by them prior to supply in May 2019 and has an extended Porsche Warranty expiring in November 2021.
This really is a standout Porsche and is probably unique, I am sure it won’t hang around for long! It has now covered 13,000 miles and remains in excellent original order. It comes with all books, tools and keys including the security fobs.
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