introduced the most stripped out raw version of the latest 911 in production,
the 911 GT3 RS at the Geneva Motor Show.
claims that the GT3 RS set a time on the Nordschlife track, of the Nürburgring which is in Germany, of 7.20 mins beating the old Carrera
GT by 800th of a second which in racing gibberish is a year. The GT3
RS is powered by a 4 litre flat 6 engine producing 500bhp and 460Nm of torque.
With a 0-100kmph time of 3.3 seconds and in 10.9 seconds the Porsche can reach
The 911 GT3
RS will be available in UK showrooms by May 2015, and probably also in India
soon after obviously as a CBU on order.
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