Porsche has launched the 2nd-gen 911 GT3 RS in the country, priced at Rs 2.75 crore (ex-showroom, India). To make it sharper and faster the raft performance is improved in this track-ready model. The car is powered by a 520hp, 4.0-litre naturally aspirated flat-six engine and able to churn out a maximum power of 20hp than the standard GT3. The system takes new intake and exhaust systems, the top speed is 312kph and 0-100 time is 3.2 sec. The engine of the car comes mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The modifications in the chassis are the same as seen on the GT2 RS and the new car consists a large scale reworked rear-wheel steering system. The GT3 RS is equipped with bonnet, carbon fibre front wings, and a magnesium roof.
The optional Weissach Pack takes magnesium wheel and a carbon fibre roof. Customers who go for the full pack will cut 29kg of the 1460kg model.
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A Clubsport pack is as well available on offer which includes manual fire extinguisher, a roll-over bar, six-point safety-harness at no extra cost, and a battery-disconnect switch.
It has standard 20-inch alloy wheels in relation to 325/30 tyres at rear side and 265/35 rubber at the front. The interior takes lightweight door panels, nylon opening loops, storage nets, and carbon fibre-backed racing seats. Other features working on saving weight measures consist a lightweight engine lid for the rear side engine and a reduction in sound absorption material. The 911 GT3 RS is available in India at Rs. 44 lakh and rivals the Mercedes-AMG GT R in the market.