2023 Porsche 911 GT3 RS is a 518-HP Track Monster with DRS
The latest version of the GT3 RS brings together some impressive components to make a car
Porsche on Wednesday unveiled the 911 GT3 RS ahead of its public debut at Monterey Car Week.
The GT3 RS comes standard with a six-piston front brake atop 16-inch rotors.
While the GT3 RS has three modes - Normal, Sport and Track - the most interesting being the Track mode
Because it provides an impressive level of driver adjustment.
Using the four rotary dials on the steering wheel, you can tweak the rear differential settings.
Adding a drag-reduction system can accommodate rebound and compression damping on the go.
Track-specific display mode will remove unnecessary items from the gauge cluster
So that you can focus on the road ahead.
Up from the previous iteration's 502, thanks in large part to a new set of camshafts.
All that power goes to the rear wheels via a seven-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission,
Which has a lower gear ratio than the current GT3. That's enough to reach 60 mph in just 3.0 seconds,
Including $1,450 in fees, the GT3 RS will set you back $225,250, or about $50,000 more than the standard GT3.
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