We’ve been waiting for the debut of this road-going and race-ready
GT3 RS for quite some time now. As is typical for high-profile sports machines, the new 911 has been foreshadowed with spy shots and information leaks aplenty, all pointing to this grand day at Geneva.
Here she is.
Just a glance at the duct-sliced bodywork and massive rear wing will tell you that this Porsche means business, but let’s look at its bona fides.
The heart of the matter, under that short rear deck, is the largest-displacement and most powerful naturally aspirated engine in the 911 family, with 500 horsepower and 338 pound-feet of torque developed by the 4.0-liter flat-six.