After a fairly long wait, Porsche launched the eighth generation of the legendary model 911 this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show. But at the stand of the Stuttgart manufacturer we can still admire another fresh model in the limelight.
We are talking about a car that is not homologated for the street. It’s about the new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport, or the simpler version of the 911 GT2 RS. Production is limited to just 200 copies.
It’s the GT2 RS circuit version. This will be replicated in only 200 copies.
The first thing that captures your attention is the huge rear wing, and then the aerodynamic elements and body panels specific to racing cars. We refer here to the roof with the hatch or the front hood and the quick-release bonnet, all made of CFRP.
From a technical point of view, the new Porsche circuitry comes with high-performance brakes (six-piston calipers and 390 mm front and 380 mm rear discs), a seven-speed automatic transmission and double-clutch , its own 1.390-pound weight and a 3.8-liter twin-turbo propellant delivering 700 horsepower rear axle.
We have here a carbon steering wheel, a protective cage, Recaro shells with six-point seat belts and a few useful equipment on the circuit.