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2004 Porsche Carrera GT

Technical details

Production period
2003 till 2006


KW 450 (PS 612)

Production figures
1.270 Vehicles

Vehicle colour
GT silver metallic

Leather brown/black

4.932 km


About the car

The Porsche Carrera GT is a supercar from Porsche which was manufactured in Leipzig. Test drives on the Nürburgring's Nordschleife made a significant contribution to the development of the sports car. Former World Rally Champion Walter Röhrl, who also performed the chassis tuning runs in the Carrera GT among other things, was predominantly responsible for this.

The Porsche Carrera GT is the first production car for which the chassis and equipment rack, manufactured as a monocoque, are made from carbon-fibre-reinforced polymer (CRP). The roof of the Carrera GT is made from two CRP shells which can be housed in the boot space. The wheels are attached with a central lock as in motor racing; the wheel nuts are coloured red on the left and blue on the right in order to avoid mix-ups. The "Downforce Kit", consisting of a complex air deflector system on the underbody, helps the Carrera GT to exploit the ground effect in order to keep it safely on track even at high speeds. It is helped in this by the rear wing which lifts automatically from a speed of 120 km/h [75 mph] in order to increase the contact pressure even further. This rear wing can also be raised manually and while stationary.