Finished in a refined shade of silver over a black leather-trimmed interior
The 2004 Porsche Carrera GT is powered by a V10 engine generating over 600 horsepower and features cutting-edge automotive technologies to deliver an unparalleled driving experience on the road. Noteworthy features include its 5.7-liter, 605-horsepower V10 engine, a monocoque chassis with carbon-reinforced plastic mounts, and the pioneering use of a ceramic composite clutch in a production car. The aerodynamic suspension ensures safe and stable travel at speeds up to 330 km/h, with the Carrera GT boasting lightweight materials like magnesium for wheels and special sport seats.
Originally a US-delivered model registered in August 2004, the example you see here courtesy of Collecting Cars was imported to Japan in June 2010 and is currently available for sale in Helsinki, Finland with 12,171 kms on the odometer.
It is finished in a refined shade of silver over a black leather-trimmed interior, featuring embossed Porsche crests on the headrests, carbon-fiber door sills, door card sections, and aluminum trim. The car rides on staggered 19-inch front and 20-inch rear center-lock alloy wheels with colored locking nuts and yellow brake calipers over carbon-ceramic discs. The Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires ensure optimal performance.
The factory specifications include a wooden gear knob, electrically operated rear spoiler, switchable traction control, Porsche Online Pro stereo, headlamp washers, and climate control. This particular model has been enhanced with aftermarket adjustable Öhlins shock absorbers with Eibach springs and a diamond-quilted frunk lining.
Acceleration figures for the Porsche Carrera GT are quite impressive, reaching 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds, 200 km/h in under 10 seconds, and a top test-track speed of 330 km/h. This car is more than quick enough even by today’s standards, making it highly-coveted.