911 SBD have seen some photos of the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS and we can confidently say, this car will not look like any previous version of the 911. So for some early, early insights into what the Porsche 911 GT3 RS will look like, read on –
- Includes a double bubble roof for more headroom, especially for helmeted drivers.
- New front bonnet with a dip in the middle which results in a more extreme version of the normal 911 GT3’s bonnet, complete with a larger splitter.
- Front wings more distinctive due to a wider track with gills above the front wheels helping to reduce pressure inside the wheel wells.
- 911 GT3 RS unlikely to match the output of the Turbo-S which is currently the most powerful 911 available at 552bhp. The GT3 RS is expected to be around the 500bhp mark but due to its extreme lightness, it will probably out accelerate any off the shelf 991’s.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS price
Obviously there has been no official word of a price for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS yet but if you look to the current range for a guide, then we can make an estimate. The old 997 GT3 RS was approx. 20% more expensive than the GT3 so using this basis, the new GT3 RS could be around £120,000.
Trade in for the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS
911 SBD are sure there are many of you out there who would like to own the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Need to sell your current Porsche first though? Why not bring your current Porsche into us to let us service it so you can get the best price when you come to sell it. With a team of experienced Porsche mechanics, we pride ourselves in being the Porsche specialist’s in London. Let us conduct a 911 SBD point check service and then you’ll know you’ll get the best price for your Porsche and maybe, you’ll end up driving the new Porsche 911 GTG3 RS.