2018 PORSCHE 911 GT2 RS WEISSACH for sale!
Historically, if you have wanted to make a fast Porsche faster, you have turned to the GT department. A detour that started with roots in Porsche’s own motorsport department by making cars more adapted for track and active driving. The pioneer here was the 996 GT3 which was the first car in what has become a successful concept for the brand. The recipe was simple. Less weight, an updated chassis and a bit more power. And it is an ethos that has been adhered to for almost 25 years.
Today’s GT3 is a car with quite large differences from the car on which it is based. But for those who are not content here then? What do you do when a GT3 isn’t fast enough? It was probably one of the questions that was asked in the early 2000s in a meeting with Porsche’s management. The person who answered that you should give the Turbo model the same treatment and also remove the front drive axles was probably not entirely sane, but we have him to thank for the GT2. Both the 996 and 997 got a GT2 variant, the 997 even got an RS variant. Both iterations had a well-deserved reputation for being cars that demanded their driver. In 2012, when the production of the 997 GT2 RS ended, it was thought that you could breathe a sigh of relief. The car left 620 hp to the rear wheels, this must still be the top of the mountain…. The first generation of the 991 came and went and no GT2, but just in time for the end of the model, the name was dusted off again and no money was spared. The 991.2 GT2 RS was born in a combination of carbon fiber and magnesium with tires that were specially manufactured by Michelin to even have a chance. Sharing space with this car probably feels like standing in the same room as a person who has a “tamed” tiger. They command respect and a good deal of fear. Racing Yellow, which was the most unusual color on the car, covers most of the exterior with both the roof and hood left partially bare in carbon fiber, the front is shaped more by a thirst for air than anything else. The wing in carbon fiber extends over the entire rear part with two round, well-proportioned exhausts at the bottom. 20 and 21″ magnesium rims shod in Michelin’s Pilot Sport CUP 2R. Sitting down in the driver’s seat and fastening the six-point belts from Schroth brings with it an element of palpitations and a little panic. The turbo sound is palpable as soon as you turn about the ignition. Behind you, you will find a magnesium cage and in the headrests of the carbon fiber shell seats a rather discreet emblem that testifies to where the car was developed. Weissach. Swedish-sold car with a scant 11260 KM indicated from new and with a fine history. Take the opportunity to acquire the absolute most disconnected from reality that has left the Porsche factory in modern times, with the right spec and in the right color. For more unique items please visit our website.
|Year of construction:||2018|
|Model:||991 GT2 RS|
|Cylinder capacity:||3,8 Liter|
|New / used:||Used car|
|Ready to drive:||yes|
|Country of first delivery:||Sweden|
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