If you’ve got the money and the balls, you might probably want to have the quickest and most powerful Porsche road car in its 86-year history.
Built from 1993-2012, the GT2 is a more powerful variant of the Porsche 911 Turbo that was also lighter from its eschewing of all-wheel drive in favor of more traditional rear-wheel drive. This current generation GT2 blows past the earlier cars with a full 700 from the familiar Porsche flat-6 in 3.8-liter form. Like its predecessors, the GT2 shares a number of components with the Turbo S, but amplified for greater performance
The large turbochargers add to the boost, and a new added cooling system keeps the from overheating, and also sprays the charge-air cooler with water during extreme temperatures. Added throughput comes by way of a titanium exhaust system that is 15 pounds lighter than that used in the Porsche Turbo. Power is sent from the engine through a 7-speed double-clutch transmission.
The 911 GT2 RS reaches high speeds, thanks to its flawless racing chassis with rear-axle steering and Ultra High Performance (UHP) tires. Like all GT sports cars, the new top model features a specially calibrated PSM with a Sport mode that is tailored to provide optimal driving dynamics. Powerful air intakes and outlets and the imposing rear wing emphasize that the vehicle’s aerodynamics have mastered both form and design. The large, wide wheels (265/35 ZR 20) at the front and rear (325/30 ZR 21) ensure outstanding braking and cornering.
The 911 GT2 RS features Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB) as standard. The front wings, wheel housing vents, outer shells on the Sport Design exterior mirrors, air intakes on the rear side sections, and parts of the rear end are made from carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFR), as are many of the interior components. The bonnet is also made from carbon to make the vehicle as lightweight as possible, while the standard trim roof is made from magnesium.
Visible body changes are evident from the car’s carbon fiber hood, a magnesium roof, and front wings, wheel housing vents, outer shells on the side view mirrors, side rear air intakes, and rear end parts made of carbon-fiber reinforced plastic. The car weighs a relatively lightweight 3,241 pounds, which lends itself to an exceptionally quick 0-62 mph time of 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 211 mph. If you still find these numbers lacking, buy a bullet train.
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