To be more precise, this color is vivid enough to make the Porscha stand out and yet it doesn't even come close to brutal shades such as Gelbgrun (yellow-green) - as we've recently shown you, the latter shade was chosen by YouTuber Shmee150 for his 991.2 GT3, with the vlogger taking us inside the Zuffenhausen plant to witness the birth process of the naturally aspirated wonder.
When it comes to the other options on this rear-engined delight, at least the ones we can notice in the pair of Instagram photos at the bottom of the page, the most important one has to do with those banana-colored calipers. These signal the presence of the PCCB (Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes). The choice might mean that the owner of this Neunelfer plans to use the car as its maker intended, namely by hooning it on the track, where the added faded resistance of the said hardware brings an important bonus.
We'll also mention the all-LED eyes of this coupe, which make sure the owner can enjoy his car regardless of the time of the day chosen for the drive.
As for the cabin, the plastic seat covers that come with any new machine of the kind might be present, but it seems that we're dealing with the bucket units shared with the 918 Spyder.
While the Alcantara steering wheel is standard on the GT3, being part of the package that covers the cabin in the lightweight material, we'll list the red color of the straight-position marker.
Note that the car was recently delivered to Porsche Bulgaria, allowing aficionados in that part of the world to enjoy the sight of such an track-savvy machine.
The PTS .2 GT3 deliveries are now well underway throughout continental Europe. A brand new PTS Emerald Green Metallic (smaragdgrünmetallic ; 2G6) 991.2 GT3 has been delivered to Rennlist member “Dr. Ferdinand” in Sofia, Bulgaria. A departure from the popular PTS candidates we have seen so far. Having only seen pictures of this, Emerald looks to sit right in between Jet Green Metallic on the dark end and Malachite Green Metallic on the light end of the spectrum. Would love to know more about the historical significance of this color. Photos courtesy of the owner via Rennlist. #PTSRS