Porsche 911 GT3 RS: Here is the good news for all automobile fans in India. If you love the luxurious car produced by the popular German manufacturer, Porsche, then here is another lavishing car by the company, Recently, they have introduced its second-gen, 911 GT3 RS worldwide. However, the good news is that the model is finally released exclusively for Indian customers. The company has rolled the Porsche 911 GT3 in the country at INR 2.75 crore (ex-showroom, India). The latest variant of Porsche is the swiftest and most compelling normally aspirated road-legal Porsche to display the GT3 RS symbol.
The company is all set to rock the automobile market with high-speed performance and lots of features. Like other Porsche models, GT3 also has an attractive design with luxurious cabin decorated with impressive accessories. The interior look is equally fantastic than the exterior design. The company has given a sporty look to the latest model. The 911 GT3 RS is powered by a 4.0-litre naturally aspirated flat-six engine which produces 520h. Its standard version produces the power of 20 hp and 10Nm of torque because of the latest intake and exhaust systems equipped with it. It features Porsche’s DME (Digital Motor Electronics) engine management. The company challenges 0-100 time is 0.1sec active (at 3.2sec) and high speed is extreme at 312 kph. The engine is combined with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission gearbox for smooth driving.
The body alterations are comparable to the previous GT2 RS and introduce a broadly adapted back wheel steering arrangement. The GT3 RS is outfitted with carbon fiber sides at front and bonnet along with latest NACA ducts for maintaining brake cooling as well as a magnesium roof. The is another elective Weissach Pack which packs a carbon fiber roof and magnesium wheels. If you chose the whole pack, then you can cut 29kg from the 1460kg variant. The company also presents a Clubsport pack which combines a roll-over bar, standard fire extinguisher, construction of a battery-disconnect switch and six-point security-harness without any additional price. The conventional 20-inch alloy wheels are clocked in front 265/35 rubber and rear 325/30 tires.
Now let’s talk about the interiors cabin features which are developed with carbon fiber-approved sporting seats, lightweight door panels along with storage compartment as well as nylon breaking loops. It doesn’t include sound fusion stuff and a motor lid which makes the for the back-engine variant lightweight. The Porsche 911 GT3 RS costs approximately INR 44 Lakh extra compared to the regular version of 911 GT3. The regular version of 911 GT3 lock horns against the Mercedes-AMG GT R.