2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe 2-door on 2040-cars
Miami, Florida, United States
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2002 Porsche 911 Turbo (996) Tiptronic, car is in immaculate condition, inside and out, and all maintenance is up to date, all fluids have been recently flushed filled with Motul brand fluids, including Tiptronic , differential and power steering fluids, coolant has been flushed as well. During the service they also addressed the leaky blow off valves and upgraded the air filter with a dry AFE panel filter. New tires were mounted less than 200 miles ago and new alignment was performed by Porsche.
Currently the car is equipped with Cobb Stage-1 tuning, plus a TCU tune for the Tiptronic transmission, shifts super smooth, and fast, I can say it shifts faster and smoother than a Cambiocorsa single clutch. I have the optional Made in Italy TUBI Style exhaust that could allow you to bump the stage 1 tuning to stage 2 as well which would put you around that 500+ hp.
Tiptronic transmission is efficient, fast and shifts smooth, and Cobb enabled launch control for it too, best part is no loss of boost between gear changes. I drove both manual and Tiptronic 996s and I can say Tiptronics are way underrated, at the end of the day you have the same transmission from a Mercedes McLaren SLR, which is an AMG 5GTronic Speedshift. It is a bullet proof unit.
Paint is corrected recently and it looks beautiful, front bumper had some flaws from the front plate bracket ( previous owner over tighten it) but it was professionally fixed as well.
Car is fully loaded with rare options such as Natural Leather, which was almost $6k extra I believe, its superior than the regular leather, softer, and has a nicer grain.
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Auto blogThu, 25 Jul 2013
Larry Kosilla, the founder of the Ammo NYC line of car cleaning products, has his own show YouTube's Drive network - we saw his work before when he gave a Ferrari 288 GTO a two-day detailing job. On this episode, Kosilla gets called in to do his best with a 1966 Porsche 912, a car that was last registered in 1990 and recently found in a barn in Connecticut.
Among the expected dirt and cobwebs, the Irish Green Porsche is also covered what is assumed to be cat fur and "waste." The car is in such delicate condition, however, that Kosilla can't wash it for fear of getting more water in it than on it, so he has to steam and wipe the entire thing down before he begins the paint correction process. In addition to the thorough knowledge of his work and his ability to explain it simply, the episode is captioned with further information one of Porsche's popular but less regarded models, and how Kosilla does what he does.
You'll find a compelling 29 minute masterclass in the video below.
After over two years of construction and roughly 500 million euros ($684 million at current rates) invested, Porsche finally opened its Leipzig, Germany, factory expansion on February 11. The improvements to the plant are dedicated to building the Macan and include a new body shop, paint shop and assembly line that are advancing Porsche's goal to sell 50,000 Macan's per year. The company believes that the new model is going to push it to over 200,000 annual sales 3 years ahead of schedule, and the enlarged branch can support even more Macan production, if there is demand.
"We are totally convinced in the qualities of this location and that the Macan will be a marketing success," said Porsche Chairman Matthias Müller during the opening celebration. The company opened its Leipzig factory in 2002 to build the Cayenne and added Panamera production in 2009.
The Macan models are due to launch in the US this summer with prices starting at $49,900. Scroll down to learn all of the details about the Macan's Leipzig assembly plant.
Although it's only been a few years since the current Porsche Cayenne was introduced, Porsche seems to be working on a midcycle update for its big SUV possibly in time to welcome the smaller Macan. As seen in these recent spy shots, it looks like the Cayenne will be getting a minor face- and butt-lift, but it's hard to say what other changes are in store or when the updated model will hit showrooms.
Up front, expect the Cayenne's new face to resemble what was just revealed on the 2014 Panamera, and we could also see this SUV using some of the new engines introduced on the Panamera including the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 or maybe even the E-Hybrid model. We're guessing that the new Cayenne could debut sometime next year likely for the 2015 model year. In the meantime, check out the gallery of spy shots above.