This is the definition of unlikely. Sure, you can probably find two matching Muscle Cars at you local dealer, but a pair of Porsche GT cars with Weissach trim is the automotive equivalent of Haley’s Comet.
Nuccio Auto Group has a hotline to Stuttgart, so they were able to order two 2019 Porsche 911s for sale. A pair of Carreras is nothing uncommon, but what you are about to see represents the epitome of performance. In their showroom is a Guards Red GT3 RS Weissach with every option. Sitting across from it is a (special order) Mexico Blue GT2 RS Weissach with every option.
Let’s start with what they have in common:
- Extended Range Gas Tank (23.8 Gallons)
- Front Axle Lift
- 7-Speed PDK Transmission
- Rear-Wheel Steering
- Fire Extinguisher
- Titanium Roll Cage
- Bose Audio
- Leather/Alcantara Interior With Contrast Stitching
- Carbon Fiber Hood, Roof, Fenders, Sway Bars, Spoilers, Window Triangles, & Deck Lid
- Illuminated Door Sills
- Porsche Composite Carbon Brakes
- Both Cars are Rear Wheel Drive Only
- Spherical Ball Joint Suspension (no rubber bushings between chassis & pavement)
- Both Keys, Books & Window Stickers Included
- Factory Warranty Until February 2023
Keep in mind that only the ball joints are included for no charge. These two represent the most highly-optioned examples we have ever encountered. Now let’s take a look at what sets them apart. The red GT3 RS Weissach is powered by a 4.0L flat-six. It offers 520 horsepower and 346 lb-ft of torque.
It can instantly rev to 9,000 rpm thanks to a solid-tappet valvetrain, and it makes power at any rpm. The Weissach package is 40 lbs lighter than the GT3 ClubSport, which allows for a 0-60 time of 3.0 seconds. The curb weight of 3,152 lbs makes it a blast on the track & street. It will leap to 100 mph in 6.9 seconds, with a 50-75 mph jump in 1.8 seconds.
In the blue corner is the GT2 RS Weissach. It has a 3.8L version of the same engine, with the addition of two massive turbochargers. It offers 690 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. Both keys are painted Mexico Blue, and you will be at 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.
The Weissach shaves 66 lbs compared the the GT2 ClubSport, with a curb weight of 3,406 lbs. This level of power is able to run 0-100 mph in 5.8 seconds. If you need to pass someone, a jump from 50 to 75 mph happens in 1.5 seconds!Both cars represent the state-of-the-art from Porsche. One is all-motor, the other is twin-turbo. Both are incredibly fast and ready for competition, do not miss this opportunity.
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