The Porsche 997 GT2 is a classic coupe sports car in a rear-engine, RWD layout, manufactured from 2008 to 2011 in Stuttgart, Germany, according to a design by the celebrated automotive developer Pinky Lai. This much-improved iteration runs with a potent 3.6L (220 cu in) turbocharged, flat-6 engine delivering a maximum output power of 523 Hp at 6500 Rpm and 680Nm of torque. Its standard 6-speed manual transmission takes this sleek sports car from 0-60 Mph in 3.3 seconds to reach a max velocity of 204 Mph. The aerodynamics features of the 997, like the front lip, the revised rear bumper with titanium exhaust pipes, or the shark fin outlets alongside an improved new rear wing, provide this roadster a better downforce and a superior street performance overall than its predecessors.
This German racer uses a 19-inch wheelset with 235/35R19 – 325/30R19 tires, supported by McPherson struts, coil springs, and a multi-link suspension system to hit the ground. The carbon-ceramic brake system with ABS of the Porsche 997 GT2 can bring the car from 60 to 0 Mph in 98 feet, with 1.10g of lateral grip. A massively popular feature of the Porsche 997 GT2 is its interior dashboard resembling a jet cockpit covered in leather. The sport buckets are unique, and there are no back seats in the cabin for weight reduction. The car features a combined fuel consumption of 12.5L/100Km, with a 67L fuel tank capacity. The Porsche 997 GT2 holds a current market value of $200,000, but its impeccable performance, exciting handling, and brilliant driving experience make it worth every penny.