2002 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S (996) 6-speed Coupe: 1 of a reportedly 1,974 U.S market C4S Coupes to bear the 2002 model year designation. Swathed in the form embracing grey tone of Seal Grey Metallic over a classic Black Full Leather upholstered cabin, this handsome C4S coupe exhibits an odometer reading of only 76,XXX miles, displays a Clean CARFAX Report, and features the following equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP of $86,140): Stronger battery; Electrically adjustable exterior mirrors; Illuminated vanity mirrors in sun visors; Porsche CR-220 radio cassette; All wheel drive; 18-inch Turbo Look II wheel; Cassette storage; Rear Wiper; Radio preparation; Wheel hub covers, colored crest; Cruise Control; Porsche Stability Management (PSM); Six-speed manual gearbox; Alarm system (315 Mhz); Airbag driver and passenger; Side airbags POSIP; Windscreen with graduated top tint; Charcoal filter; Automatic Climate Control; Electric sunroof; Electric windows; On-board computer; Leather interior; Seats: partial leather; Leather black; Adv. Technic Package USA Coupe; Sport Seats in Leather; 3-sp.steering wheel in carbon; Gear plus handbrake lever carbon; Seal Grey Metallic.
Why It's Special: Introduced In 2002 and concluded in 2005, the 996 C4S marked the return of the 'S' version and wide-body, 'Turbo-Look', for the 996 chassis; as this was last witnessed on the 911 993's '2S' and '4S' Carreras (the 996 C4S currently stands as the last Carrera to 'factory feature' the Turbo's styling). Featuring the 996 Turbo's wide-body, front and rear bumpers, wheels, turbo specific all-wheel-drive, suspension, and braking system, but sans the turbo's rear spoiler, twin-turbocharged powerplant and weight (the manual-equipped 996 Turbo coupe weighs approximately 3,395 lbs., whereas a similarly configured C4S weighs in at around 3,240 lbs.), the C4S instead sports a naturally-aspirated flat-6, the instantly recognizable rear reflector strip (the strip along with the iconic wide-body are pure Porsche styling characteristics that are now standard issue on the 911 992), and the deploying Carrera-style spoiler. With an even sleeker appearance and naturally aspirated vigor, the C4S offers the Turbo's 'look' and near driving dynamics but in a package that is sensuously simplified, wholesome, and analog (now coveted motoring attributes that are missing today)! 911s have always proven to be visually stimulating, however, the 996 C4S has quite possibly the prettiest rear-ends in the 911 range.
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