2013 brought the new 991 chassis to North America, and with it a host of updates to the 911 platform. The 400-hp 911 Carrera 4S, a bridge between the base Carrera and Turbo, brings 50 more horsepower and 37 lb-ft of torque. Also included with the 4S model is larger front brakes, standard torque vectoring, and PASM aerodynamic upgrades and electronic dampers (both optional on the Carrera 4). The 4S also features a lower ride height, wider tires on one-inch-larger (20 inch) wheels. All these upgrades bring the Carrera 4S to 60 in just 4.0-seconds!
This particular Carrera 4S is shown in white over black leather with under 16,000 miles. When it comes to options, this 4S leaps ahead of the crowd with the original window sticker showing $143,340 – $36,760 more than the base price of this model. Powering the 4S is a 400-horsepower, 3.8-liter engine tied to a PDK transmission with aluminum paddle shifters. The vehicle is completely stock and turns heads every where it goes. The current owner (2nd owner) has driven the car less than 3,000 miles and keeps the car in a climate controlled garage when not driven. While the search begins for a classic 911 to replace this, the near-perfect example of an early 991 shown here is ready for a new home.
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