Porsche 911 (997.2) Turbo Cabriolet – SOLD


49,122 Miles
2010 / 10
Exterior Colour:
Basalt Black Metallic
Interior Colour:
Black Full Leather
7-Speed PDK


The refreshed version of the 997 Turbo was unveiled in early 2009 at the Frankfurt Motorshow.

It received a completely new 6-cylinder, 3.8 litre boxer engine generating a maximum power output of 500 PS (368 kW; 493 bhp) and 651 N⋅m (480 lb⋅ft) of torque (700 N⋅m (516 lb⋅ft) with overboost) using revised BorgWarner variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers.

The new engine shared the construction of other 997 Gen II DFI engines. The 997 Gen I engine’s Nikasil cylinder liners were replaced with an Alusil block that combined the cylinders and crankcase into an integrated casting for each bank, thus reducing weight (in contrast to a separate cylinder block and crankcase for each bank).

The dry sump lubrication system in the Turbo is different from other 911 models in that it uses integrated oil reservoirs at the bottom of the engine, separate from the crank case and utilises six oil pumps. The engine is configured with direct fuel injection and a compression ratio of 9.8:1. The intake manifold is a slightly larger unit, adopted from the outgoing GT2 along with slightly larger intake valves, wheels for the Turbochargers, and intercoolers. The exhaust system is also more refined and aids in the power increase while improving fuel economy. The overall result is an engine that is 10 kg (22 lb) lighter than the previous engine and has a peak turbo-boost of 11.6 psi.

The suspension system was also revised and had new software to enhance handling. The BorgWarner all-wheel-drive system received new software for more linear delivery of power to the front wheels.

The Turbo was available with a manual transmission or the optional 7-speed PDK dual-clutch gearbox, which replaced the Tiptronic system.

The look of the refreshed Gen II model was left mostly untouched from the 997 turbo Gen I. The taillights were updated to LED to match the 997 Gen II along with changes to the front lamps. The exhaust pipes were “fatter”, and the standard 19 in wheels received a new design. Thanks to revised dynamics the facelifted 997 can handle 1.3 g forces on a skid-pad according to Porsche.

Models equipped with the PDK also include an optional 3-spoke steering wheel with gearshift paddles as an alternative to the standard steering wheel with shift buttons.



A nicely specified and very well presented 2nd Generation 997 Turbo PDK Cabriolet in the ever popular combination of Basalt Black with Black Full Leather.

Originally a demonstrator for Porsche Centre Exeter, the second owner kept the car for only a few months before the third keeper purchased the car in June 2011 and both cared for and enjoyed the car for 10 years.

Evidently a very well looked after example with previous MOT certificates and invoices for service and other works included in the file plus both keys and a full to bursting handbook pack with its original service book and ancillary booklets.

Extensive recent work including Front Brakes, Tyres and Suspension – an all together and no expense spared example.


Optional Specification

Basalt Black Metallic

Black Full Leather

Black Hood

7-Speed PDK Transmission

PCM Satellite Navigation

Telephone Module (Bluetooth)

BOSE Sound System

Cruise Control

Heated Seats

Rear Parking Assistance

Universal Audio Interface

Dynamic Cornering Lights

6-CD Autochanger

Coloured Wheel Centres


Service History

Supplied New by Porsche Centre Exeter on 23 July 2010

Intermediate Maintenance by Porsche Centre Colchester on 12 June 2012 @ 7,254 Miles

MOT 26 July 2013 @ 10,023 Miles

Major Maintenance by Autostrasse on 5 June 2014 @ 12,624 Miles

MOT 21 July 2014 @ 13,075 Miles

MOT 20 July 2015 @ 17,502 Miles

Intermediate Maintenance by Porsche Centre Colchester on 16 June 2016 @ 21,905 Miles

MOT 25 July 2016 @ 22,462 Miles

MOT 20 July 2017 @ 27,418 Miles

Major Maintenance by Autostrasse on 14 June 2018 @ 31,516 Miles

MOT 24 July 2018 @ 32,001 Miles

Coolant Crossover Pipes replaced & Steering Rack refurbished by Autostrasse on 18 April 2019 @ 35,379 Miles

MOT 27 June 2019 @ 35,912 Miles

Intermediate Maintenance & Rear Brake Discs & Pads by Autostrasse on 21 May 2020 @ 39,710 Miles

MOT 21 July 2020 @ 40,527 Miles

MOT 25 May 2021 @ 43,977 Miles

Major Service & Related Works by Quorn Sports and Classic on 4 April 2022 @ 48,243 Miles

MOT 4 April 2022 @ 48,243 Miles

MOT 6 March 2023 @ 48,411 Miles

MOT 12 March 2024 @ 49,122 Miles

4 Owners


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