Its a low numbers 911 and in that world rarity is everything. Not sure I'd want to pay that especially with ruched leather. I think the dealers trying his luck but its cheaper then a new 992 GT3 RS and they're hideous.
I think Porsche dealers are deep in the do-do. They've gotten so fat on the special stuff and been able to make huge profits by over inflating cars by 100K it became the norm. Now most dealerships resemble the Queen Mary and they aren't selling cars with the same profit.
GT3's are probably making slight overs, there was a time that you gave a customer a GT3, took it back off them for cost and then made 75K profit so long as you gave the customer the next big thing. Its why they have to keep coming out with new limited number cars like the S/T. You can then take the GT3 RS off the customer for list get them into an S/T for similar money and then charge anywhere from £350-450K. Nice work if you can get it but I see Porsche Germany starting to want some of this action and charge far higher prices for the special stuff and customers can't justify paying massive overs due to the fragile market.
Lets not mention the huge number of Taycan rotting in the compound and the move to electric that customers don't want. Cayenne doesn't seem to be selling in any great numbers as I don't see many around. Macan is at the end of its life and moving to Electric. Boxster/Cayman is well over 10 years old and the future is uncertain. They really need to start working for a living, and about time too.
I know someone who visited a Porsche dealership to lease a Taycan as a company car. He was well prepped that a business contract hire agreement was all he wanted. He came out with a hire purchase agreement and didn't realise that was what he had signed. We only found out when it was too late to do anything about it but I am convinced that finance lady knew exactly what she was doing. Now he carries all the risk of the fall in the value of the car!