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Porsche Carrera GT 2006

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This uniek Carrera GT had only 2 owners and is complete documented from new till now. Recently he got the big inspection and a new clutch (invoice incl.) The car has also a liftkit. The color is seal grey metallic. Very special is the production number of this car because there are only 1270 built and this one has the number 1258 so it’s one of the last produced.
This model Porsche is for sure a very good investment and for collectors an very special one! Please call us for more details and any questions. Please call for more details and any questions.

  • Airbags
  • Air Conditioning
  • Floor Mats
  • Leather Package
  • Power Steering

Engine

  • Drivetrain layout: Mid-engine RWD
  • Engine type: 68° (Slightly odd firing due to not being 72° V angle) V10, aluminium block and heads
  • Valve gear: DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder (40 valves total), variable valve timing on intake camshafts, sodium-cooled exhaust valves
  • Bore x stroke: 3.86 in (98.04 mm) x 2.99 in (75.95 mm), Nikasil coated bores, forged titanium connecting rods, forged pistons
  • Displacement, ci/cc: 349.8/5733
  • Compression ratio: 12.0:1
  • Max SAE net horsepower: 605 hp (451 kW)[7] at 8,000 rpm
  • Max SAE net torque,: 435 lb·ft (590 N·m) at 5,750 rpm
  • Specific output, hp/liter: 105.5
  • Weight to power, lb/hp: 4.97
  • Transmission: 6-speed manual, two plate ceramic dry clutch (PCCC-Porsche Ceramic Composite Clutch)
  • Redline: 8,400 rpm


Body

  • Cargo volume: 76 L (2.7 cu ft)
  • Ground clearance: 3.4 in (86 mm)

Fuel consumption

EPA Rated city, highway in mpg: 9 mpg-US (26 L/100 km; 11 mpg-imp)/15 mpg-US (16 L/100 km; 18 mpg-imp)
Range: 241 miles (388 km)
Tank in gal: 24.3 US gal (92 L; 20 imp gal)

Performance
Drag Coefficient: 0.39
0–60 km/h (0–37 mph) : 2.06 seconds
0–80 km/h (0–50 mph) : 2.61 seconds
0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) : 3.57 seconds (official: 3.9 seconds)
0–120 km/h (0–75 mph) : 4.33 seconds
0–140 km/h (0–87 mph) : 5.13 seconds
0–160 km/h (0–99 mph) : 6.46 seconds
0–180 km/h (0–112 mph) : 7.59 seconds
0–400 m (0.00–0.25 mi): 10.97 seconds
0–1,000 m (0.00–0.62 mi): 19.42 seconds
Top speed: 334 km/h (208 mph) (official: 330 km/h (205 mph))
80–120 km/h (50–75 mph): 6.35 seconds (in 6th gear)
Braking 100 mph (161 km/h) to 0: 277 feet (84 m)
Braking 60 mph (97 km/h) to 0: 101 feet (31 m)
200 ft (61 m) skidpad, ave g: 0.99

The development of the Carrera GT can be traced back to the 911 GT1 and LMP1-98 racing cars. Due in part to the FIA and ACO rule changes in 1998, both designs had ended. Porsche at the time had planned on a new Le Mans prototype for 1999. The car was initially intended to use a turbocharged flat-6, but was later redesigned to use a new V10 engine, pushing the project back to planned completion in 2000. The V10 was a unit secretly built by Porsche for the Footwork Formula One team in 1992, but later shelved. The engine was resurrected for the Le Mans prototype and increased in size to 5.7 litres. The project was canceled after two days of testing for the first car, in mid-1999, mostly due to Porsche's wish to build the Cayenne SUV with involvement from Volkswagen and Audi, thus requiring engineering expertise to be pulled from the motorsports division. It was also speculated that VW-Audi chairman Ferdinand Piëch wanted Audi's new Le Mans Prototype, the Audi R8 not to face competition from Porsche in 2004.

Porsche did keep part of the project alive by using the 5.5 L V10 from the prototype in a concept car shown at the 2000 Paris Motor Show, mainly in an attempt to draw attention to their display. Surprising interest in the vehicle and an influx of revenue provided from the Cayenne helped Porsche decide to produce the car, and development started on a road-legal version that would be produced in small numbers at Porsche's new manufacturing facility in Leipzig. Porsche started a production run of Carrera GTs in 2004, shipping the units with an MSRP of US$448,000. The first Carrera GT went on sale in the United States on January 31, 2004.

Originally a production run of 1,500 cars was planned. However, Porsche announced in August 2005 that it would not continue production of the Carrera GT through to 2006, citing discontinuation was due to changing airbag regulations in the United States. By the end of production on May 6, 2006, more than 1,270 GTs had been sold, with at least 604 of those being in North America.

Year: 2006
Make: Porsche
Model: Carrera GT
Body Style: Convertible 2 doors
Mileage: 15348 KM
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Condition: Good
Location: Netherlands
Drivetrain: Rear-Mid-Engine RWD
Exterior Color: Seal Grey
Interior Color: Black
MPG: 9 City / 15 Highway

* Depending on your location VAT - BPM (only the Netherlands) and/or incoterms might be applicable!

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