It is without a doubt that the 911 is the most recognizable Porsche of all time. Its beautiful design and legendary performance continuously improved over the years, with each model outclassing its predecessor. The Porsche 997 was introduced in 2004 and received significant changes to its exterior and interior design. In 2008, Porsche decided that the 997 needed a refresh for the 2009 year. The new 997, such as our subject car, was vastly improved. It received exterior and performance upgrades that made it even better to drive than previous generations. This gorgeous 997 belongs to one of the fastest model variations found: it's a Turbo, and the 911 Turbo is well-known as being one of the most thrilling versions of the German sportscar. With an original MSRP of $150,715, this 2009 Porsche 911 Turbo is for sale in Florida, with just 30,500 miles on the clock.
This 997 comes in a distinctive Midnight Blue Metallic exterior paint color. The revised 997 included a plethora of exterior upgrades such as a new front bumper with larger air intakes, headlamps inclusive of LED daytime running lights, a set of revised exterior mirrors along with a new rear bumper with fresh LED taillight designs, and a revised Porsche Sports Exhaust (PSE). The interior is a masterpiece of its own. The cabin includes brown natural leather interior adaptive sports seats that are heated up front, a universal audio interface integrated into the beautiful tan dashboard, a Bluetooth phone interface, floor mats to match the interior, and a 3-spoke multifunction leather steering wheel.
What makes this car truly unique is the engineering hidden under its hood. This specific car was equipped with the Sport Chrono Package Turbo, which means it was equipped with a 3.6L twin-turbo H6 engine, the last of the large block 911 turbos. The result was a power output of 473hp to all four wheels via the Tiptronic S automatic transmission.