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- The upcoming 911 GT3 RS will be the latest 911 option.
- It will be even tougher than the already focused GT3 track, and will likely have more power.
- These spy shots give an idea of what his huge rear wing will look like.
You can set the watch according to the familiar Porsche cadence 911 product strategy. New, more powerful iterations follow one another in a steady, predictable manner. According to the schedule, the next is a new version of the atramnik RS 911 GT3 992 generation.
The letters RS have long been placed on the best and most extreme 911s. The name Rennsport is intended for cars designed specifically for regular use on the track, as close as possible to their siblings in motorsport. Now, approaching its 50th anniversary, the first 911 to receive treatment, the 1973 Carrera RS, has become so in demand by collectors that good specimens can be sold for seven figures. More recently, the brand has been applied to the most racial versions of the GT2, GT3 and GT4.
We know that the new car will use the glorious 4.0-liter unparalleled six of the existing GT3, the performance of which will almost certainly be small compared to the 503 horsepower of this car. The drive will go exclusively on the rear axle – the 911 motorsport isn’t tainted by the extra weight and complexity of all-wheel drive – and while we’d love the three-pedal RS idea, chances are Porsche will only offer its dual-clutch automatic in the RS.
Spy photos show that the RS mules are dressed in a huge rear wing with a double plane with a swan neck, which actually looks bigger than the company’s RSR race car. Enormous clamping force is confidence, as the RS improves the incredible performance of the conventional GT3. Expect Porsche to be the best GT2 RS latest generation 6: 43.3 on time at the Northern Life of the Nürburgring.
The new car will get a significant price compared to $ 163,750 for the GT3.
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