orlyAndrewCSFor those concerned ... just delete those `non essential` options What, like 'er indoors? Don't think you should be encouraging that kind of thing...
AndrewCSFor those concerned ... just delete those `non essential` options
CobydogI saw that too - I've been playing around with the configurator this week and the car I spec'ed on Monday was suddenly well over £80K yesterday ! I kept checking and rechecking to see if I'd accidentally selected options that had pushed the price up so much. Still no idea whether I will get to order my own build but having fallen completely in love with my current 4ltr GTS, I won't be too upset and will just wait and see what Porsche announce for the replacement...
ScroungerHas anyone noticed the weird rear diffuser on the GTS in the configurator??
CobydogFantastic - looking forward to seeing the photos. I am blown away by the driving experience - so much so that I'm struggling to answer your earlier question re my old 981 GTS v my 718 GTS 4l. For a start, the 981 was PDK and the 718 is a manual. I never really got on with the auto boxes in my fast Audi's or in the 981 - convenient yes, but I prefer the engagement of the manual and I am getting used to the 'long' gearing I'm going to try the PDK at the experience centre later this month so that will be an interesting comparison albeit in a controlled environment.
glenn duvalPorsche app is still showing vehicle scheduled for production, but OPC is saying car has been built and is in a compound at Emden in Germany, with most of the VW group cars.They can not tell me when I will see the the car, and have had cars that have taken months to come.My car as been pushed back to May at my detailers for PPF and ceramic coating, which is the 3rd changeIt is now 2 years from paying my deposit.
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