That is awesome. Inspirational!
I don't have much history with the brand hence still learning the ropes. Wouldn't that make a marked jump in the value of the existing ones such as your one?
..and please forgive the stupid question in advance, are they still making them as 2019 year version?
Thanks....I also am new to the brand as well. I believe Porsche will produce a limited number of 2019s that should all be delivered by March of this year. The configurable allocations are no longer available. Although, these cars are not
numbered and Porsche rarely if ever releases production figures though, there are "rumored" to be around 1000 2RSs produced this go around. Regarding the value, I never drink the Porsche cool-aid when it comes to resale and appreciation, and if I were concerned about resale then I would have to essentially bubble wrap the car and not drive if for several years which I am absolutely not willing to do. I had one SA tell me hold onto the 2RS and keep the mileage low, he means very low, and it will be worth a million dollars in 20 years.........that is just sales nonsense/hype. I will lose less on the GT cars but I am not betting on making any money......if I get out clean I will be happy.
One other thing, if you are new to the brand take all the Youtube videos and relegate them to entertainment for I am more than a little bit skeptical about the over exuberant claims about the cars they test drive especially after only driving the car for in most cases a couple of hours if even that much. I may be cynical but I suspect they are, in some cases, acting as shills for the car manufacturer.
Lastly, after having driven the 2RS for a several hundred miles I can easily tell this car is very special in its handling and steering I cannot be more technical than that except to say this car makes any driver, even me, imagine they (I) have "talent".................it's that good.