2018 Porsche 911 GT2RS - White C9A

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Highlights

The GT2 RS surpasses the GT3 by 200 horsepower, however, it only carries a mere additional weight of 100 pounds.

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Optional $31000 Weissach Package for Porsche GT2RS – A weight saving of around 30 kg. The package includes additional elements made from carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic and titanium. For instance, the roof and the anti-roll bars are made of carbon, as are the coupling rods on both axles. Magnesium wheels reduce both the gross weight and the unsprung weight, providing a greater wealth of impressive chassis properties.

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The interior

To highlight a few features of this Porsche GT2RS’s interior: A steering wheel adorned in red and black Alcantara, accentuated with a yellow marker stripe and an insert made of carbon fiber. The Weissach version add shift paddles in carbon fiber as well.The instrument dials are in a striking white. Carbon Fiber everywhere in the interior instead of the basic plastic trims, lending it a sleek and modern appearance. But the piece de resistance is undoubtedly the headliner, fashioned from red Alcantara – it stands as our absolute favorite part of this sophisticated design.

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The interior - door panel

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The special carbon fiber engine bay

GT2 RS equips the same power source as the 911 Turbo S. Yet, Porsche has made extensive efforts to amplify the engine’s performance, rendering it nearly unrecognizable from its initial state. The twin-turbo 3.8-liter flat six Cylinder Engine, borrowed from the Turbo S, now produces an astonishing 691 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. This represents a significant leap from the 620hp engine that powered the preceding GT2 RS.

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Quick dry ice detailing for the undercarriage

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Porsche GT2RS came with Titanium Exhaust

Carbon Fiber Sway Bar on Porsche GT2RS

First carbon fiber anti-roll aka stabilizer bar used in production automobile

Water Tank Porsche GT2RS

Water tank for cooling down the intake temperatures by spraying water on the intercooler.

There’s also a new water spray cooled intercooler system, similar to the one found on BMW’s M4 GTS. Coming with a separate five-litre water tank, that’ll need refilling after three hot laps of the Nurburgring, it drops the intake temperature by as much as 15 degrees to allow the GT2 RS its huge hike in power and torque. As the man responsible for the car’s development, Andreas Preuninger says: “it’s not just a chipped Turbo S.

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Brand New OEM Porsche Magnesium Wheels

The over $25000 OEM Porsche 991 RS Magnesium Weissach Wheel set is Lightweight construction and performance, a wheel taken directly from motor sports. Extremely light forged magnesium.  This set is 25.35 lbs lighter than the standard wheels.  

The RS magnesium wheels have an extremely low weight and also result in a corresponding lower unsprung weight. To do this all known technological options for attaining particularly light wheels were implemented:

  • Design – using little material and attaining a low weight while remaining highly stable and rigid in a typical motor sports design.
  • Magnesium forging process – for reducing the materials required and improving stability and rigidity.

Wheel Size for reference: Front Wheel 9.5″ x 20″ – 50mm | Rear Wheel 12.5″ x 21″ x 48mm

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Brand New OEM Porsche Magnesium Wheels in Silver - After Ceramic Coating

Carzwerk Story

Unleashing the Track Titan

Introduction

In the world of high-performance sports cars, few names command as much respect and admiration as Porsche. The Porsche GT2 RS is a true masterpiece, a car that blurs the line between road and track, and pushes the limits of what is possible in the realm of street-legal performance vehicles. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the exhilarating world of the Porsche GT2 RS, exploring its history, design, and the incredible performance that has made it an icon among enthusiasts.

A Glimpse into History

The GT2 RS nameplate is steeped in motorsport heritage, with Porsche first introducing it in 1995 with the 993 GT2. Over the years, it has evolved into the ultimate expression of Porsche’s pursuit of speed and precision. The current-generation GT2 RS, based on the 991 platform, is a true embodiment of Porsche’s commitment to pushing the boundaries.

Design that Demands Attention

At first glance, the GT2 RS demands your undivided attention. Its aggressive stance, pronounced aerodynamic elements, and striking lines are not merely for aesthetics; they serve a purpose. Every curve and vent is designed to maximize downforce, improve cooling, and reduce drag, resulting in a car that sticks to the tarmac like glue.

Powerhouse Performance

Under the rear deck of the GT2 RS lies a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six engine that produces an astounding 700 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. This raw power is channeled through a precise seven-speed dual-clutch PDK transmission to the rear wheels, allowing for lightning-quick gear changes and blistering acceleration.

The GT2 RS can rocket from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds and reach a top speed of 211 mph, making it one of the fastest production cars ever built. This staggering performance is not just about straight-line speed; the GT2 RS is also a corner-carving champion, thanks to its advanced suspension, rear-wheel steering, and an arsenal of electronic aids that help drivers extract the maximum potential from this beast.

Track-Ready, Yet Livable

While the GT2 RS is undoubtedly a track-focused machine, Porsche has managed to strike a balance between raw performance and daily drivability. Inside, you’ll find a well-appointed cabin with comfortable leather seats and modern infotainment technology. This duality allows drivers to enjoy the GT2 RS both on the track and during everyday commutes, although its true potential shines brightest on the circuit.

Conclusion

The Porsche GT2 RS is a triumph of engineering, a car that showcases Porsche’s relentless pursuit of perfection. It’s a machine that can humble supercars costing twice as much and a testament to what is achievable when passion meets precision.

Whether you’re a seasoned track enthusiast or simply someone who appreciates automotive excellence, the GT2 RS is a car that demands admiration. It represents the apex of Porsche’s performance capabilities and will continue to be a symbol of automotive excellence for generations to come. In a world of ever-advancing technology, the GT2 RS remains a beacon of raw, unfiltered driving excitement.

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