2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Weissach Is A Limited Edition Supercar

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This 700-horsepower German sports car is well-equipped and extremely rare.

In 1993, German automaker Porsche started down a rabbit hole with the intention of creating the fastest street-legal production 911 they’ve ever made. By 2010 Porsche announced the RS variant and in 2017 the 991-generation effectively whittled the model's 60-mph acceleration down to just 2.7-seconds with a blistering top-speed of 211-mph. Production ended in 2019 and only 1,000 examples were built. For those of you who missed your opportunity to snatch up one of these limited-production Porsches new, Collecting Cars is offering buyers a second chance.

This 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS features a black finish over a black leather and Alcantara interior. Adding to the potency of the cars 700-horsepower twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six, it is equipped with the Weissach Package which further reduced weight with the implementation of ever more carbon fiber and titanium parts. Power is routed to the $13k option black center-lock magnesium wheels through a 7-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic transaxle. It also features a front-axle lift to help the car navigate rougher roads.

The interior features a Bose surround sound, extended yellow deviated stitching, white instrument dials, and the Light Design package. Despite a starting price of $293,000 when new, some buyers ended up paying half a million dollars for theirs and with only 2,253 miles on the clock, this Porsche is basically new.

Now in the U.S., Collecting Cars is a 24/7 online auction. Unlike traditional auctions, cars are sold within 7 days in a safe, secure, and hassle-free process to a large audience of committed buyers. Best of all, it’s free! There are no selling fees – so you get 100% of the hammer price. You also keep possession of your car until the successful buyer collects it.

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