The owner of the car went for an all-out spec, one that includes the scale-friendly Weissach Package and magnesium wheels. Nevertheless, as we explained earlier this year, a delay caused by the supplier of the wheels means Porsche can't offer the cars in the requested spec. Instead, the carmaker offers a complimentary set of "standard" wheels in the desired finish, with the magnesium units set to land at a later time.
And since we're talking optional extras, we also have to mention the carbon-ceramic brakes and the all-LED headlights of the car, which come with black inner graphics.
As for the interior of the machine, this holds a pair of full bucket seats, along with deviated stitching in Racing Yellow. In fact, even the 12 o'clock market of the steering wheel comes in the said shade of yellow.
Now, as those of you who are tuned into our Neunelfer tales might remember, this isn't the first Mint Green 991.2 GT2 RS we get to feature.
That title goes to a Zuffenhausen-spotted example, which managed to shine even brighter than the one we have here. No, we're not talking about polishing. Instead, we're referring to the black brake calipers of the thing.
As Porscheplies know, this CCX option isn't available to us mortals. Of course, this means the said car is owned by somebody in the Piech or Porsche families.
Even so, you shouldn't mistake the thing for Ferdinand Piech's examples of the 2RS, since we had previously featured that car.
The second known PTS Mint Green (mintgrün; non-metallic UNI; 22R) 991 GT2 RS has been delivered for @jpnshelbiscars in Omaha, Nebraska recently. This example sports the Weissach Package, standard wheels in satin black (with incoming magnesium wheels), LED headlights, and full bucket seats. Inside, note the extended deviated stitching throughout the interior in Racing Yellow, as well as the steering wheel 12 o’clock marker in Racing Yellow. The first known Mint Green 2RS, which I featured earlier, is based in Salzburg, Austria. Many thanks to @todd.ashmore for the photos of this car. Last photo courtesy of @jpnshelbiscars. What are your thoughts on this example? #PTSRS