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2010 Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Single Ownership and Less Than 4,000 km From New


CHF500,000 | Asking

Switzerland | Duillier, Switzerland



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  • Single ownership and less than 4,000 km from new
  • German delivery example, currently registered in Switzerland with the original owner
  • Highly attractive triple-black colour scheme, with Clubsport package

The most powerful variant of the 997-generation of Porsche fabled 911, perhaps Car & Driver summarizes the car and its ethos best: “Porsche’s 911 GT2 RS is a brute, lightweight, twin-turbocharged 620-hp bout of madness that stemmed from Stuttgart’s quest to see how high up the sports car ladder the 911 could punch. Overpowered almost to a fault and with enough grip to peel lane markings off the pavement, it is the most serious roadgoing Porsche ever.”

This example, serial number 153 of just 500 GT2 RS built, was delivered new to its first and only owner in Porsche's home market of Germany. Retained by the current owner from new, he brought the GT2 RS with him when he moved from Germany to Switzerland, which is where it resides today. Driven sparingly over the past fourteen years, the car has accumulated just under 4,000 km from new and presents beautifully throughout.

Finished in Black paintwork with black wheels over a matching black leather and Alcantara interior, this example is also equipped with the desirable Clubsport package, including carbon fibre bucket seats and a roll cage. Further options include clear taillights, red seatbelts, a PCM stereo system, and the sport chrono package.

Last serviced by Porsche Zentrum Oberer Zürichsee in February of 2024, the car has accumulated very little mileage since and remains in exceptional condition throughout. As the pinnacle of performance in the 997-generation of 911, a well-kept GT2 RS is a must-have in any collection of modern Porsches. Single-owner examples are becoming increasingly difficult to find and as such, this example should not be overlooked.