More horsepower, less weight. The starting point for Porsche is simple: make the 911 the ultimate track car. Ah, you thought the GT3 already fulfilled this role? The German manufacturer is keen to show you that it is possible to do even better. So strap on your harness!
Introduced at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, the second Porsche 997 GT3 RS is the most extreme production model in the 911 range. For this, this ultra-radical and racing car is equipped as standard with a huge fixed carbon rear spoiler, 19-inch wheels with central nut, an additional air outlet, but also inside the imposing roll cage, a fire extinguisher or a 6-point harness for the driver. The displacement of the GT3 RS MKII’s naturally-aspirated flat-6 engine has been increased to 3.8L, allowing the new dry-sump engine to develop 450 horsepower and reach 100 km/h in 4 seconds, with a top speed of 310 km/h and a curb weight of 1,370 kg.