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2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS in France Has One of the Most Extreme Liveries We’Ve Seen

Now that more and more 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS owners have taken delivery of their cars, the aftermarket world is starting to enter its full rights. One of the freshest examples of this comes from France, where a two-tone example of the Neunelfer is drawing attention like a magnet.
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The GT3 RS mixes a shade of Orange (this may or may not be Java Orange, the supercar’s launch color) with white, and the result makes the tech-savvy body details of the machine stand out even more.

While most of the vehicle is covered in white, orange is used for juicy areas such as the wheels, the air extractors on the front wings, air intakes on the rear wings, the lower arms of the side mirrors, as well as the side elements of that generously-sized rear wing.

Orange was also used on the front grilles, which gives the car an opinion-splitting aftermarket look.

Interestingly enough, this 2016 GT3 RS also comes with a similarly-colored sibling, in the form of the 997-generation GT3 RS behind it.

In case you’re wondering what the decals on the front and rear windows stand for, you should know these have to do with De Lima. Based in Balma, France, this Porsche specialist has been tuning and racing Zuffenhausen machines for over three decades now.

This week has been a good one for spotting 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 examples that offer something special for us to feast our eyes on. Aside from the one described here, we recently brought you the story of the first (and probably only) wingless GT3 RS.

Dressed in Ultraviolet Blue, the track-savvy Neunelfer in question only temporarily lost its rear wing. The move was part of a color customization process that saw the wing struts being finished in matte black and you can read more on that eye-candy topic at the link in the previous paragraph.

 
 
 
 
 

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