Weighing at 1,370 kilograms, this car is superior as compared to its stock version the GT2 of which is 70 kilograms heavier. It also comes with 19 inch, 325/30 ZR high performance tyres and comes with fuel consumption of 11.9 liters per 100 kilometers. Porsche also put in its PCCB composite ceramic brakes which is highly demanded with the power boosted in this machine. It also comes with its own ‘RS’s PASM (Porsche Adaptive Suspension Management). Apart from that, the RS here also comes with its own dynamic engine mounts, the Porsche Stability Management (PSM) as well as anti-roll bars).

Nicer designs here are further attributed by its new front and rear spoiler lips which are placed a bit higher as well as the CFR (Carbon-fiber reinforced) components fitted all around the car. Bucket seats are also included with alcantara-red gearshifts and handbrakes too providing the sporty touch and feel in the RS. Selling at €199,500 there would only be 500 units of the fastest Porsche for sale while if you like, you can pay €237,578 for the one with the sports body kit.

 

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