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2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS driven - Car and Driver

Post by 123go » Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:03 pm

Toute une voiture de circuit !

"...Some obsessive trimming of mass extends so far as to include both lightweight carpets and extra-thin glass closely related to that used in cellphone screens. The optional weight-trimming Weissach package shaves 40 pounds at the cost of an extra $31,000, with Porsche claiming a curb weight of just 3241 pounds, although that means forgoing both the infotainment system and air conditioning. Small wonder that Porsche claims a 2.7-second zero-to-60-mph time and that we estimate the car can burn a quarter-mile in 10.3 seconds. The top speed is—get this—limited to 211 mph, in the interest of keeping the track-biased tires in one piece.

All such figures are subsidiary to the one number that Porsche’s Motorsport engineers are proudest of, the one that defines the car’s core purpose. That would be 6:47.3, the lap time the car recently posted around the Nürburgring Nordschleife to take the production-car record there. That is a dizzying 31 seconds quicker than the previous 997-generation GT2 RS and 10 seconds inside the time set by the 918 Spyder, a previous record holder. Meaning the $294,250 GT2 has the legs on a model that, when last sold new, cost nearly three times as much. It’s a bargain!..."

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