Jerry Seinfeld’s 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0

Sep 26, 2018

Category: Rides

Along with being a TV legend, Jerry Seinfeld is a notable car guy. As the host of the show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Seinfeld drives famous faces around in beautiful Porsches, Mercedes, and Lamborghinis. It’s no surprise that this auto aficionado would have a few beautiful cars in his own garage. Now, one such vehicle is leaving the sitcom star’s extensive collection, and if you’ve got the coin, you can own Jerry Seinfeld’s 2011 Porsche 911 GT3,

The final (and most expensive) of the 997-generation of 911s that Porsche ever produced, Porsche Exclusive built this special edition for Jerry Seinfeld in 2011. Seinfeld worked with Porsche Exclusive to create his perfect custom vehicle, tailoring it to his whims. The collaboration wrought a Black finish with a matching Black interior, GT Silver Metallic wheels with Ceramic Composite Brakes, a high-gloss bare carbon-fiber hood, and special features like a Front Axle Lifting System, Sound Package Plus with Bluetooth Phone Interface, Sport Chrono Package Plus, and PCM with Extended Navigation. You can buy Jerry Seinfeld’s custom Porsche as a part of the Porsche 70th Anniversary auction at Sotheby’s.

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