Porsche Might Release 911 GT3 RS Limited Edition

The Porsche 911 is some sort of a paradox. Even though the rear-engined coupe has kept almost the same overall shape for almost half a century, the vehicle is one of the most diverse automotive creations in the world. This is because the 911 serves as a base for so many aftermarket projects and thanks to the fact that Porsche has taken the car deep into the special editions woods. Here we are today, giving you a fresh rumor about a new special edition 911.

This time, we are talking about an extreme development, aiming at bringing a race car feeling to the road. As many of you have guessed by now, the potential upcoming development is based on the 911 range’s purest model, the GT3 RS.

According to Team Speed, Porsche is currently working on a 911 GT3 RS Limited Edition. Fortunately, this won’t be one of those vehicles that justifies its spicy price only through their exclusivity. It seems that the vehicle will be powered by a new 4.0 liter six-cylinder boxer unit that will deliver 500 hp. The output can be translated into a 50 hp premium over what the GT3 RS offers. In addition to that, the powerplant could be matted to the new PDK-S double clutch gearbox, which should bring anorexic shifting times.

Porsche should introduce the GT3 RS Limited Edition to the world on April 7, so we don’t have to wait too long to see what the Germans have prepared for us.
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