2016 Porsche 911 Gt3rs on 2040-cars
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Options as delivered:
Leather interior in Black/Lava Orange stitching (Alcantara)
Extended range fuel tank (23.9 gal)
Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB)
Front axle lift system
Sound Package Plus
Seats Belts in black
Luggage net in passenger compartment
Light Design Package
Sport Chrono Package include Track Precision App
HD Radio Receiver
12 o'clock marking in orange
Air vent slats painted with leather surrounds/stitching
Sport Chrono in White
Deviated Carbon Fiber Floormats with leather edging
Belt Outline trim with Alcantara
Door panel in Leather/Alcantara
Leather Key Pouch
Vehicle Key Painted
Personalized Door Sill Guards in Carbon Fiber, Illuminated
Pedals/Footrest in Aluminum
Auto dimming mirrors with Integrated Rain Sensor
PCM including Navigation
On Line Services
Sport Design Exterior mirror lower rims painted in Black (High-Gloss)
Wheels painted Satin Black
LED main headlights in black with PDLS Plus
Instrument dials in white
Sun Visors in Alcantara
Fuel Cap with Aluminum Look finish
Options added since my purchase:
Xpel on front half, mirrors, front edge of roof and rear wing
Front and rear cameras that interface with PCM screen. Camera angle is manually adjustable.
GMG Satin Black Roll Bar
GMG Sub Strap Plates
Side bolster protection in matching leather & stitching
Seat Angle Adjusters on driver’s seat to correct a common comment that the LWB seats are too upright. I was skeptical, but it make a big difference.
Fire Extinguisher and Roll Bar Mount
Schroth 6 point harnesses (valid thru 2022) (not installed)
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Auto Services in Oklahoma
Zoom Towing ★★★★★
Weatherford Mach. Works ★★★★★
Thoroughbred Motors ★★★★★
Super Clean Detail Shop ★★★★★
Scout Auto Repair ★★★★★
Auto blogMon, 03 Nov 2014 17:59:00 EST
Porsche has issued a "precautionary" and voluntary safety recall affecting some 4,400 sports cars across the globe. Here in the United States, the recall includes 1,382 911, Boxster convertibles and Cayman coupes, all of which are from model years 2014 and 2015.
Porsche will be replacing the lock bracket for the front cargo area (the frunk) after internal testing revealed that, while the vehicles meet "strength requirements," specific parts might not meet the company's quality standards throughout the vehicle's life. There have been no reports of accidents or injuries.
Owners of the affected cars will be notified within 60 days and will need to report to a nearby dealer for a free repair, which should take about 30 minutes.
Earlier this month, our friends across the pond at Auto Express released the first in a two-video series that would see them try and build up a second-generation Mazda MX-5 Miata that could best a standard Porsche Boxster around the track. While that first video detailed the mods to the MX-5 - a supercharger, some suspension upgrades and a new set of super-sticky rubber being chief among them - and set baseline lap times for the stock car, today, we have the results of the 5,000-pound ($8,200) upgrade job.
Of course, we aren't going to spoil those for you. You'll need to watch the full video, which recaps the upgrades before digging into a comparison of both straight-line-speed differences between the 2.7-liter Porsche Boxster and blown Miata, as well as their behavior and lap times on the track.
Take a look and let us know what you think in Comments.
To say that Porsche is big in racing is like saying that Warren Buffett dabbles in mergers and acquisitions. But while it fields the 919 Hybrid at Le Mans and in the FIA World Endurance Championship, the bulk of its racing activities are undertaken by private teams that buy customer racecars from the factory. Those in turn are largely based on the 911, but the latest intel from the motor racing world indicates that Zuffenhausen is planning a more accessible customer race car.
The new, more affordable competition car is to be based on the Cayman and built to GT4 specifications, slotting in below the 911-based GT3 Cup, GT3 R and RSR. Autosport reports that Porsche has already developed a prototype and will shortly commence testing. Details are scarce at the moment, but the Cayman GT4 would seem to compete against the likes of the Aston Martin Vantage N24, Nissan 370Z Nismo GT4 and Maserati GranTurismo MC. It will also likely help Porsche foster enthusiasm for a potential road version that's already been spotted undergoing testing. Previous GT4 racing conversions of the Cayman, like the one pictured above, were carried out by third-party racing constructors not recognized by the factory.
Porsche may not be the only one showing interest in the category, however. BMW is said to similarly be considering a GT4-spec version of its M235i Racing model to compete in the same class, taking the place of the defunct M3 GT4 as the Bavarian marque's entry-level customer racing car.