The Carrera GT was originally conceived at the 24 Hours of
Le Mans. As Porsche secured its sixteenth outright victory in June 1998,
the idea was proposed of a road-going sports car based exclusively on
racing technology. Two years later, in the autumn of 2000, that concept
began to take shape.
As a pure encapsulation of Porsche engineering, the Carrera GT is a
natural evolution based on more than 23,000 race victories. A road-going
supercar built for uncompromising performance and unlimited driving
That pleasure begins as you unlock the door with a squeeze of the key
remote. Step inside and you'll find an elegant composition of interior
materials, including carbon fiber, leather and magnesium. Turn the key and
the powerful V10 eagerly springs into life.