A duPont Registry seller has listed one of the most exotic supercars ever made, a limited-run Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion.
A duPont Registry seller has listed one of the most exotic supercars ever made, a limited-run Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion. The German carmaker only rolled out 20 units of this exclusive vehicle, although they planned on making 25 of them in order to homologate the 911 GT1 for FIA competition. The car that's on sale is actually the last one Porsche built, which makes it even more desirable.
Because of emission compliance, Porsche had to detune the output of the engine a little bit, but even so the flat-six 3.2-liter engine pumps out 537 hp (400 kW / 544 PS). With a curb weight of just 2,535 pounds (1,149 kg), the Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion needs only 3.9 seconds to perform the 0-62 mph sprint, before reaching a maximum speed of 191 mph.
Compared to the track-focused 911 GT1, this road-legal version was fitted with a more compliant suspension and a taller ride height, while the gear ratios were configured for street driving. The carbon ceramic rotors of the racer were replaced by steel rotors, while inside the carpeted cabin, it has a full dashboard and sport seats.
The car has been driven only 3,045 miles (4,900 km) and has been serviced by Porsche. The 911 GT1 Strassenversion is listed in "museum condition" and it's located in Monheim, Germany. The seller mentions in the ad that the rare supercar can be inspected.
Price? Just $2,325,000.