The final part of the current Porsche 911 range is about to be unveiled.
The 911 GT3 RS It will be unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, but it has been spied on in disguise led by Nুরrberg. It is presumably wild.
As we have seen before, the RS will have a huge rear wing that extends even further than the units fitted to the GT3. Beware of low-flying aircraft …
The bonnet is more aggressively exposed than the GT3, and the front bumper has more arrow-improving cuts and slashes.
Like its predecessor, the RS features louvers in the front wheel arch to reduce pressure at high speeds. The rear bumper is cut more aggressively than the GT3, with vertical cutouts similar to its predecessor.
Realists will notice that the RST depicted here only features 991.1-generation 911 door handles that do not pop out electrically. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
The 911 GT3 is expected to be powered by a more powerful version of the engine.
The GT3 uses a 4.0-liter naturally-aspiring flat-six engine with 375kW of power and a 9000rpm redline, fitted with a seven-speed PDK transmission for a 3.4-second sprint at 100km / h.
The engine is derived from the 911 R endurance racer unit and is actually used in the 911 Cup car with minimal modifications.
The last GT3 RS was only available with a seven-speed PDK, we hope the new car will follow the GT3 even if a six-speed manual is available.
Unfortunately, it is already sold out for Australia.
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