you certainly don't know how to calculate value because people were paying $400,000 for the 911R. Porsche charging $185k is very reasonable. It's a limited car. It's cheaper than a base turbo S.
only an idiot fanboy such as yourself would believe $185k is reasonable for a vw product that's been offering utter sh*t quality.
and what does the turbo s has to do with a parts bin 911 with a detuned gt3 engine ? you crazy ? boy ? or on your third period today ? wtf does the turbocharged 911 have to do anything with a pos overpriced 911 with no turbos ? we already know you're the dumbest person on fl but wtf were you thinking when you dragged the turbo s into a naturally aspirated conversation ?
even the optional parts are not worth what they are asking for, the whole car feels dated once the facelift is out and some of the interior parts are considered wear and tear, as if you have brake pads and tires that need to be replaced every 3-5 years. porsche quality is not better than a german dogs poop.
fyi, the 911r is an overpriced parts bin pos carrera with a lower redline just to protect the internal parts and save some face (hence 991.1 gt3 that only works with pdk only because a normal human is not capable of shifting at 9k rpm once you hear the fart 6 scream right after 6k rpm) some german dog poop logic if you ask me.
acting like a smart-a*s won't you get under anyones wings on fl, you're just the typical coward who pretends to know everything, but the truth is, you're just an idiot with zero knowledge when it comes to vw products that are covered with porsche logos to impress warlord keyboard warriors such as yourself.
anyone who has driven double clutch cars will tell you porsche is still the slowest and most retarded system when you put it up against ferrari and mclaren. you're better off in an aventador with an old school single clutch box that sounds like a real race car despite being few m/s slowers.