Engine: 4.0 liter Boxer 6
Transmission: 7 speed DCT
Top speed: 193
Nothing about the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is superfluous. Born and bred on the racetrack, it does away with the frills and frivolities of other supercars; it gets straight to business. Its 7-speed PDK transmission shifts gears faster than any vehicle in its class; its sports exhaust screams to the pitch of 8,250 RPM. With a naturally aspirated, 4.0-liter, Boxer V6 engine producing 520 horsepower, the 911 GT3 RS achieves a top speed of nearly 200mph and sprints from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds.
The cockpit and exterior of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS do not stray from the philosophy imprinted under its hood: sport purity. The body is designed to be maximally aerodynamic, such that air pressure produces a downward force on the vehicle at high speeds. The result: superior handling. The cockpit is marked by a minimalist design that features optimally ergonomic, racing-style, leather seats, a simple, high resolution instrument cluster, and a roll cage for enhanced safety.
While the 911 GT3 RS may have been designed with the track in mind, it is supremely drivable on the street. Its lightweight design and rear-axle steering with sports tuning ensure superior control and performance no matter the road. The optional hydraulic front axle lift system minimizes the risk of grounding on curbs, ramps, and garage entrances. Ultimately, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is equally fit for a spin around the track as the drive back home.
While many supercars trade performance for flash, the Porsche GT3 RS is unwilling to compromise. And when others demand burdensome features and ephemeral trends, you can turn the key and listen to the sound of flawless design, then smile as you watch them disappear in your rearview.