Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2015, the RS version of the
991 GT3 is essentially a street-legal, track-focused improvement
over its already impressive GT3 stablemate. The 4.0-liter flat-6
engine produces 500hp and transfers it through a 7-speed PDK
automatic transmission. The result is enough to propel the RS to 60
mph in just 3.3 seconds and circumnavigate the N�rburgring in just
7 minutes, 20 seconds. All with a kicking stereo, air conditioning
and cruise control. The RS (or RennSport) features a standard Club
Sport Package, fully adjustable racing suspension, rear-axle
steering and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus with fully variable rear
axle differential lock. Adding to that is a weight-saving magnesium
roof, louvered front fenders to help with front air pressure and
large Turbo-like intakes to feed and cool the engine. The interior
is all business and features a factory-installed roll cage, bucket
seats, harnesses and fire extinguisher mounting bracket.
Carbon-fiber and lightweight accents adorn the purposeful interior,
and this car features an impressive options list, which includes a
full leather/Alcantara interior package and extended-range fuel
tank. This Porsche is presented in a white over black color
combination and features added Martini livery with contrasting red
wheels. The GT3 RS has 1,675 actual miles. From the Larry Winkler
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