One of the most extreme variants in Porsche 911 It’s the GT3 RS, which takes the GT3 formula and improves it further for a car that’s almost still street-friendly. An example is the photos of the car in tests in Europe, with a giant active rear spoiler, among other things. Expected release next year.
This Porsche 911 GT3 RS 2023 prototype is still well camouflaged, although it doesn’t look like it, because it uses body-color stickers to hide its stripes, as well as black bumper panels. For the most part, they are just trying to hide something, because huge air intakes are easy to notice. The hood was not covered with a new and very aggressive design. There has to be some extra detail compelling and it’s always funny to see the brand logo covered in duct tape. After all, this could be a car of another model, like Chevrolet Onyx.
We have to pay more attention to the rear due to the large size of this active wing. And see that it’s not even finished, because the connectors are also labeled. The wing itself is completely exposed, which indicates that this will be the piece that will be in the final version. These photos were taken outside the Nürburgring (Germany), with the 911 running very slowly, so the photos are of good quality that allows us to see every detail. When you zoom in, you can see that the wing is very complex and from the flat background image, it looks as wide as the entire RS.
The wings and air intakes may be overkill for some people, but they have important roles in the new GT3 RS. We hear that the boxer’s 4.0-cylinder in-line engine should deliver something close to 590 horsepower, although 570 horsepower is a more realistic number for the model. With plenty of power, the sports car will make use of aerodynamic elements to deliver good handling. The next generation of the model may even set some records in some circles.
Unfortunately, we will have to wait a little longer to find out all the details about the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, as it is only expected to debut in 2022.
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