What’s Germany’s most iconic sports car? Why it’s the Porsche 911! Introduced in September 1964 and still going strong, Porsche’s iconic silhouette has remained to this day, and it’s one of those cars that can be recognized by a mere pencil-sketch outline. Under the skin, its defining feature is the rear-mounted engine that was air-cooled all the way up to 1998, when water cooling took over due to increased emissions regulations as well as enhanced power outputs. If you’re looking for a way into 911 ownership, here’s a 2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S from the 991 generation which is just one before the current generation. It comes from Florida and the current owner purchased it in October 2021 under a CPO. With just 28,000 miles on the odometer, it also comes with 2 keys and carried an original MSRP of $209,150.
The iconic 911 silhouette has been updated and refreshed through each generation and mid-life facelift but has always retained the same overall shape and proportions. Michael Mauer was the designer who penned this iteration, and this 2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S looks simply stunning in its Carrera White Metallic paint job with contrasting black power convertible hood, rolling on a lovely set of double-spoke Porsche alloy wheels that show off the yellow brake calipers behind. The interior features a Black and Luxor Beige color scheme, with the Premium Plus Package, Power Steering Plus, Adaptive Cruise Control with Porsche Active Safety, a high-end infotainment system with voice control, Burmester sound system, Porsche logo embossed on seat head rests, leather rear section off-center tunnel, instrument dials in white, Sport Chrono-style clock, heated front seats, and fire extinguisher. It’s also got the Mahogany Interior Package that adds a Mahogany multi-function steering wheel and Mahogany Center console.
Like all 911s from the past, present, and likely future, this 2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S gets its kick from the rear. A 3.8L flat-six engine is pressurized by twin turbochargers to put out 552hp and 516lb-ft, with an over-boost function offering 553lb-ft for short bursts. The power is sent to the rear wheels via a 7-speed Porsche PDK transmission. The performance figures are a mere 3.0 seconds to sixty from rest and a top end of 198mph.
Car Location: Florida 2 keys Current owner purchased as a CPO - bought in October 2021 Factory Options: Carrera White Metallic Blac/luxor beige Bi color leather seat trim High end infotainment system Premium plus package Mahogany interior package Power steering plus Model designation Mahogany multifunction steering wheel Adaptive cruise control w/ Porsche active safety Leather rear section off center tunnel Mahogany center console cover Voice control Porsche crest embossed on head rests Instrument denial sport chrono clock (CG) Illuminated door sill guards in stainless steel Lid of storage bin w/ logo Instrument dials in white Heated front seats Fire extinguisher Two tone leather interior Original MSRP $209,150
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