Only 11 of these Porsche 911 GT2 Evo examples were built and now one of these cars has been sold at auction for an impressive $1.45 million.
Sold last week during Mecum’s 2017 Original Spring Classic auction in Indianapolis, Indiana.
It was the most expensive car sold at the auction, with the final bid coming in well and truly above the rest.
In the early 90’s Porsche was racing in various GT2 competetitions using its 993-series 911 GT2 racecar.
Porsche needed something a bit more extreme to race in the GT1 race events, thus how the Porsche 911 GT2 Evo was born, and for homologation purposes some road-going examples were required.
Only 11 of these homologation specials were built in 1996 as Porsche revealed, and they were almost completely identical as their racecar sibling.
The new 911 GT2 Evo benefited from a widened track and a unique front bumper with inlets for oil and brake cooling.
The former owner of the Porsche 911 GT2 Evo only drove 4,350 miles before deciding to sell the racecar.
Check these images below of this super cool $1.45 million car!