Maintenance of the car has been regular and carried out exclusively by the Arpajon Porsche Center: – 2012: 2 403 km, – 2013: 3 854 km, – 2016: 4 429 km, – 2018: 5 132 km, – 2020: 5 939 km.
It is equipped with the following options: – XMJ : carbon center console, – XPA : carbon steering wheel, – 025 : black chrono, – 195 : 70 Aft battery, – 288 : headlight washer, – 450 : PCCB, ceramic brakes, – 521 : alarm, – 601 : xenon headlights, – 610 : Navigation Europe, – 640 : Sport Chrono pack, – 665: PCM 2.
The car is visible in our premises by appointment. Trade-in and financing possible. Photo credits Kevin van Campenhout for Eleven Cars.
A direct descendant of the legendary 1972 Carrera RS 2.7 and, closer to home, the 1991 964 RS, the 997 GT3 RS doesn’t exactly go by unnoticed.
In addition to its bright colors and ( common inscription on the car’s profile, the RS is distinguished by a rear end that is much wider (+ 4.4 cm) than that of the GT3. In addition to the bodybuild-like appearance, this feature is intended to improve the car’s directional stability, as well as its ability to withstand lateral acceleration.
Another eye-catching feature (apart from the black rims) is the impressive carbon rear spoiler, which is adjustable in inclination to provide the necessary support according to the track. The use of carbon for this aerodynamic appendage is part of a vast operation of hunting for superfluous kilos that has borne fruit since the RS weighs 20 kilos less than the GT3. In the passenger compartment there are two rings, also made of carbon. The roll bar, also painted in orange, is imposing.
The maximum power of 415 horsepower (which is more than 115 horsepower per liter!) is reached at 7,600 rpm, and the breaker is at 8,400 rpm. We would like to be able to take even more revs, as this atmospheric engine breathes at full lung capacity. This said, it is not specific to the RS version since it is identical to the GT3. On the other hand, the 20 kilos less weight and the shorter gear ratios allow the GT3 RS to gain 1/10th of a second on the 0 to 100 km/h exercise (4.2 seconds). The 0 to 200 km/h is completed in 13.3 seconds and the top speed is around 310 km/h.