The RS Porsche has been always on the best 911s. The next GT car of the German automaker is expected to be the 922-generation 911 GT3. This RS name is for cars designed specifically for regular track use, and it is expected to get another version or make some gesture to the first 911, because in 2023 is the 50th birthday of the first 911, the 1973 Carrera RS.
This new car will use current GT3’s glorious naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six, one that will almost certainly have a small performance bump over that car’s 503 horsepower. It will have exclusively to the rear axle, and it is hosted that Porsche will only offer its dual-clutch automatic in the RS. A leak hints at this GT3 RS will probably be the last 9,000-rpm 911 without some electrification or turbocharges, because of the electrification of all the automakers, including Porsche.
Spy could shot the first test of this car, and it have shown RS mules wearing a vast, swan-neck double-plane rear wing, one that actually looks larger than that on the company’s RS race car. An RS improving on the regular GT3’s is a huge down force that have been shown in the images that Spy has published.
At the moment, the company has not said anything more about the car, even when they are presenting the car or when it is going to be able to be bought. Of course, the price has not been revealed neither, but we can make an approximation, the previous GT3’s costed $163,750 when it was launched, so we can expect a similar price, even more, but we have to wait some months to know when it is going to be presented and the price of this car.