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The Gstaad Sale / 2011 Porsche 911 (Type 997) Turbo S Coupe Chassis no. WPOZZZ99ZBS761301 Engine no. B03031

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2011 Porsche 911 (Type 997) Turbo S Coupe
3 juillet 2022, 14 h 00 UTC+2
Gstaad, Palace Hotel

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CHF60,000 - CHF90,000

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2011 Porsche 911 (Type 997) Turbo S Coupe
Chassis no. WPOZZZ99ZBS761301
Engine no. B03031

• Only circa 154 km from new.
• Built to Gulf Co-operation Council specification
• Exceptionally well specified (43 options)
• Stored since acquisition

Footnotes

Representing a major step forward, the Type 996 version of Porsche's perennial 911, introduced in 1997, really did justify its maker's claims to be 'all new'. Not surprisingly, given the Type 996's wholesale re-engineering, the successor Type 997 - introduced in 2004 - represented evolution rather than revolution, the most significant changes being to the interior and exterior styling. The latter marked a welcome return to the 911's traditional oval headlights, and the interior too was more classic 911 than that of the outgoing 996. The base 3.6-litre engine remained essentially the same as the Type 996's, while the more expensive 'S' models came with a more powerful 3.8-litre unit. The Turbo, though, kept the '3.6', which now featured Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG) turbochargers for better throttle response. There was also a new four-wheel drive system, similar to the one found in the Cayenne. As is the case with many modern auto 'boxes, Porsche's Tiptronic got the Turbo off the line quicker than the manual-transmission version, the former racing to 100km/h in 3.7 seconds compared with the latter's 3.9.

In developing the Type 997, Porsche had started with the more challenging cabriolet version, reasoning that if the open car could be made sufficiently stiff, the coupé would easily achieve the required rigidity. The Turbo Cabriolet was announced in May 2007, with deliveries commencing in September of that year. Open cars typically suffer an inferior performance when compared with their closed cousins, but not the Turbo Cabriolet, which gave next to nothing away to the Type 997 Coupé, its maximum speed being around 310km/h (193mph). Introduced in 2010, the Turbo S was a fully optioned model equipped with the PDK dual-clutch gearbox and sports exhaust as standard. It also featured re-engineered turbochargers and came with a mighty 530 horsepower on tap.

The one-owner Turbo S offered here was built to AGCC (Co-operation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf) specification and delivered new in Kuwait. Finished in Acqua Blue Metallic with Carrera Red natural leather interior, it comes with a copy of the purchase invoice listing no fewer than 43 desirable and very expensive options (perusal recommended). Stored since acquisition, the car will require servicing before use.

Please note that this vehicle is not offered with any original registration documents, bidders should satisfy themselves as to registration requirements in their own jurisdiction. Please contact the department for further information.

Please note that if this vehicle is to be imported into Switzerland, Swiss Customs charges (Duty, Car Tax and VAT) will apply at roughly 12.5% of the Purchase Price. Included in this is the Swiss Duty which is calculated on the weight of the vehicle and shall be CHF 15 per 100 kg. Also included is Swiss Car Tax at 4% and this is calculated on the total Purchase Price (Hammer + Buyers Premium). Swiss VAT will then be applicable on the aggregated amount of the Hammer Price, Buyer's Premium, Swiss Duty and Swiss Car Tax at a rate of 7.7%.
Please note that customs rates to other countries shall vary. This vehicle will not be available for immediate collection after the sale and will only be released on completion of customs clearance. If you have any questions regarding customs clearance, please contact the Bonhams Motorcar Department or our recommended shippers.

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