Porsche 911 GT2 RS Leaked

The Porsche 911 is seeing its performance aura growing these days, as Porsche moves on with its hot vehicle offensive, developing new incarnations of the iconic performance junkie.

The rear-engined coupe has already received an S version for its turbo model, which comes with 30 additional hp and a massive standard equipment list, while the wilder GT2 facelift version is currently under development, with the production vehicle expected to be introduced this fall, at the Paris Motor Show.

Yesterday, Porsche presented the "icing on the icing", as the company unveiled the 911 GT2 RS monster to German dealers during an exclusive event held in Leipzig. Luckily one of the event’s participants decided to take a photo and set it free on the web.

According to a member of the TeamSpeed online community, the new GT2 RS will deliver 620 hp while tipping the scales at 200 pounds lower than the current GT model. The performance data is even more impressive as the focused supercar is expected to reach 100km/h (62 mph) mph in 3.2 seconds, 200 km/h (125 mph) in under 10 seconds and 300 km/h (187.5 mph) in less than 25 seconds. The best has been saved for last: the German coupe should post a Nurburgring lap time of 7 minutes and 22 seconds.

It seems like Porsche will let the world know all the details of its latest wild-child on May 14. What can we say? We’re already drooling at the turbo power-packed, lightened, rear wheel drive 911’s rollcage... Let's hope we can hold our breath until the unveiling.
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