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Not all Porsches are created equal. For example, this 2013 Carrera S wasn't just a performance package on the standard 911, it made it a higher-tier car. It has the larger 3.8-liter engine, which is especially important on the last of the naturally aspirated Carreras. And you get proper control over it with a seven-speed manual transmission. Plus, with Porsche Active Suspension Management technology, larger brakes with red calipers, larger wheels, a flat-bottom sports steering wheel, carbon fiber interior trim, and the Sport Chrono package are all about showing off this hotter version of the 911. It's all wrapped in an attractive full dark package on this ultra-low mileage coupe.
Take some time to look at the paint. Plenty of manufactures offer black, but you know there's a higher level of quality from a German company known for precision. They don't call the color volcanic glass or black ice, but they certainly could have with the way the light dances across the butter-smooth curves. It's not just the build quality that creates this kind of presentation. You have a very low mileage two-owner car where you can tell it was not only given the good spot in the garage, but it was also under the included car cover. There are many important reasons to love the 991-series of the 911 model, but there's also an important reason why you want it in black. The darkness does a terrific job of showcasing the HID headlights, quad exhaust tips, and those awesome upgraded clear tail lights. And of course, we all love the look of the red calipers glowing from behind those intricate 20-inch alloys.
We love the Porsche 911 because it's a car with a legacy, and while the exterior is an evolution of the silhouette of an icon, the interior's tradition is all about offering the best of a modern car. That means the best luxuries like dual-zone automatic climate control, a large glass panel sunroof, 18-way adaptive sport seats, and real carbon fiber trim. And Porsche fans know the stopwatch prominently placed on top of the dash is for the ultra-desirable Sport Chrono option. There are also power windows, power locks, keyless entry, cruise control, dual airbags, side airbags, a knee airbag, and ABS. The touchscreen infotainment system is your gateway to features like the navigation system, backup camera, Bluetooth, and optional stereo system with Bose speakers. Low mileage means little seat time, and so the supple leather seats still look awesome and feel awesome. And when you sit in the driver's seat, the leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel, perfectly placed shifter, and full gauges with tach in the center remind you why there is no substitute for a Porsche.
The Carrera S is especially desirable for having the larger 3.8-liter flat-six under the rear hatch. It's rated at 400 horsepower right from the factory, and just like the rest of the car, you can instantly see that this powerhouse has been babied. But a car like this is also let out of the garage for some fun. After all, the seven-speed manual transmission is not only a great feature for collectors, but it also gives you full control of this German thoroughbred. And the tuned sport suspension, adaptive power steering, a selective exhaust note, and an awesome four-wheel power disc brake package are all about living up to the unbeatable 911 legacy.
It's hard to think about a car this young as a collectible already. But it's not hard to believe that the last of the naturally aspirated Carreras will someday be as coveted as the final air-cooled 911s. So it's especially nice to find the hottest version with the best color combo that has also seen exceptional care. You even have the original window sticker, the owner's manual packet, and a Porsche letter of authenticity to properly document this one for the years ahead. So it's a great car that you get to continue the legacy of care and continue to watch the admiration grow. Call today!!!