2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS; Firt Impression, Pictures Leaked
Ready to debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the new 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS should be not only the latest model of the current generation 991 but also the latest GT3 RS to equip itself with the much-loved aspired engine, a trend that had already affected others Models in range. And yes, because according to the latest rumors with the generation 992 the 911 GT3 RTS should receive the turbo as already the older sister GT2 RS. So ladies and gentlemen come forward and do not let this last “iron” competition!
2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS – Unique as always
Here this morning have appeared on the net the first photos without camouflage depicting the “Sederona” sucked during the last winter test in view of the official debut. From these unpublished shots, it is possible to capture all the aesthetic novelties that characterize this facelift (911.2) of 911, the last version before the 992. The two-seater with the flat six aspirated proposes an aerodynamic package similar to the older sister GT2 RS. At the front, there is a redesigned bumper, increased air vents, a new lower splitter, two Naca ducts integrated into the front bonnet and a redesigned grille. In the lateral view stand out the giant brake calipers of the Carboceramica system, the specific mono nut alloy wheels, and increased air vents. Finally, at the rear make a beautiful show of whether the classic extractor, the mammoth aileron, an upgraded bumper and the double central exhaust (not yet in the final version).
2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Engine Specs
Under the hood, We will find the now well-known 4.0 liters 6-cylinder boxer “Mezger” natural suction, the last of its history. The flat six will be able to deliver a maximum power of between 520 and 550 horses, which will most likely follow a maximum torque of about 500 Nm and a limiter set at a well 9,000 rpm. To unload these numbers the sport of Zuffenhausen will rely only on the automatic transmission double-clutch PDK 8 gears, the traction exclusively rear and the rear steering axle that allow you to store the practice of 0-100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and to reach the maximum speed of 330 km/h, all compared to a weight that should be less than the current 1,420 kg.
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