Jerry Seinfeld's Porsche 911 GT3 RS is full of optional extras worth over $250k
It even has a tasteful wing delete!
Jerry Seinfeld's car collection is one of the most extensive and well documented in the world. His comedic career has landed him with some serious cash which is probably why he has decided to drop $250k just on optional extras for one of his Porsches.
He bought this specific Porsche 911 GT3 RS for $449,890 from the Porsche factory over in Stuttgart in 2018 and loaded it up with extra equipment which probably left Porsche laughing.
This 991 generation GT3 RS was ordered with Liquid Chrome Blue Metallic, a paint-to-sample colour from the 918 Spyder, a larger 23-gallon fuel tank, carbon-ceramic brakes, Porsche's Sport Chrono Package, navigation, and a front-axle lift system.
You may be wondering where the $250k has gone, but don't forget this is Porsche meaning the paint would have made up a fair chunk of that final price.
However, one special feature on this particular GT3 RS is the wing delete which is very rare, but looks great. It only really does anything at high speeds anyway, rendering it useless on the road. It looks far better without it, and almost gives it a better and more evil stance.
This car is now available at the lastest Bonhams car auction and is expected to sell for around $290,000 to $330,000, making it a bit of a bargain considering how much Jerry paid for it just a few years ago.