Currently, Porsche produce the GT2 RS and GT3 RS models with all new release 911 models. The 991.2 GT3RS is an exceptional and popular 911, and even more wilder than the standard GT3. This is the true motorsport experience on the road, with design elements coming straight from the racecar counterpart. This car is not designed to be tamed and controlled, the GT3RS is a naturally aspirated challenge to anybody who has the love for pure sporting performance. The engine is a 4.0 litre six-cylinder, that produces 520hp, which is 20hp more than the GT3. Don’t be fooled, the GT3RS is far more than just 20hp more than a GT3. It has components around the vehicle which makes it more focused than a standard GT3, with: NACA air intakes on the front hood, improved aerodynamics for maximum downforce, lightweight construction adding up to a better experience.
As with the GT2Rs, the GT3RS can be specced with the Weissach Package, which will further improve the vehicle on track:
- 18kg weight reduction overall
- Anti-roll bars on the front and rear axles made of carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP)
- CFRP front lid and roof
- PORSCHE logo on the rear wing
- Magnesium wheels painted in Platinum
- Titanium roll-cage (12kg lighter than steel roll-cage)
- Ultra-light shift paddles and steering wheel made from CFRP
- Floor carpet trim is lighter
- Weissach Logo on the headrest and badge on cupholder trim
How to spot
- GT rear wing
- Dual exhausts in the centre
- GT3RS Decal down the side
- Fenders on the front arches
- Large side air intakes
Compression ratio: 13.3:1
Maximum Power: 520bhp @ 8,250rpm.
Maximum Torque: 470Nm @ 6,000rpm.
Brakes: Front: 380mm callipers; rear: 380mm callipers.
Suspension: Front: McPherson strut with all mountings ball-jointed. Rear: Multi-link suspension with all mountings ball-jointed, rear-axle steering.
Wheels & Tyres: Front: 9.5 J x 20 (ET 50) with 265/35 ZR20 tyres. Rear: 12.5 J X 21 (ET 48) with 325/30 ZR 21 tyres.
Width: 1,880mm (inc mirrors 1,978mm).
Did you know?
GT3RS means “German Rennsport” which in English is “racing sport”.