Standard Porsche 911 GT3 pictured.
Though it many not come as a shock to most in Europe, Zuffenhausen’s latest will only come with the 7 speed PDK automated manual. Expected to best the existing 2014 GT3 in several ways, the RS version will feature improved aerodynamics and a 3.8 liter flat six producing 475 horsepower.
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0-60 is anticipated in 3.5 seconds and on to a top speed of somewhere less than 195 mph, thanks to the drag-inducing, but downforce- maximizing aerodynamic kit of the track car. Additional refinements include revisions to the transmission, lighter weight window glass, and a wider track. As is usual with track-ready Porsches, expect a higher charge for fewer interior appointments and features.
-By: Sawyer Sutton