The 90s was not exactly the best era for cars. Manufacturers were too far detached from the styling of the golden years’ automobiles, but not advanced enough to make real strides in experimental technologies and materials. It was, after all, in the 1990s when Porsche introduced the 996 Carrera, the least popular variation of the classic 911. Thankfully, that was not the only thing to come out of the highly lauded car manufacturer’s garage in those years. In stark contrast, they also produced this staggering work of art – the 911 GT2 Evo. Now one of these rare beauties is headed to auction.
The superb styling of this vehicle isn’t even its most impressive feature. Beneath the hood, this 6-speed manual transmission car is outfitted with a gargantuan twin turbocharged 3.6L flat-6 engine, which is factory rated at 600 horsepower and produces a whopping 490 ft/lbs of torque. As it stands today, this exceedingly limited auto – 1 of the only 11 that were ever made – has just around 15,500 miles on the odometer and only one previous owner. But you’d better have some deep pockets, if you’re looking to bid. Porsche fanatics are some of the least frugal car enthusiasts in the world. [Purchase]