●Based on the 911 GT3 R racing car, with a maximum horsepower of 620hp
●Except for the front hood and roof, all parts of the body have been rebuilt
●The huge rear wing is reminiscent of the classic Porsche racing car 935/77
●Limited to 77 units worldwide, it is more powerful and extreme than the factory car in GT3 competition.
No matter which supercar manufacturer it is, as long as it adds the GT3 nameplate after the car name, it will basically become a masterpiece that top car fans are eager to collect. However, because it has the words GT plus numbers, it also represents the car. It needs to comply with the relevant specifications of FIA events, and each performance has certain standards. But just imagine, if today Porsche ignores the rules of the competition and just builds a track machine in their heart, what will that car look like? The answer is the 911 GT3 R rennsport we are looking at now.
The 911 GT3 R rennsport is based on the 911 GT3 R, but with the exception of the front hood and roof, all the vehicle's external panels were re-developed and built by the design team, taking aerodynamics as the only premise, including the front bumper air intake dam. , side airfoils, internal air ducts, the entire vehicle wide body and many other elements have been completely renovated. Of course, the most eye-catching thing is definitely the exaggeratedly large rear wing. It adopts a double-layer hollow structure to ensure that the rear of the car has enough downforce to ensure the stability of rapid running. Such a jaw-dropping design also makes people Reminiscent of the classic racing car 935/77 that won seven championships at Le Mans.
Of course, it’s not just the exaggerated aerodynamics package. The 911 GT3 R rennsport also completely throws away the existing constraints in terms of engine. It is the same 4.2-liter horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine as the GT3 R. The maximum horsepower reaches an astonishing 620hp, which is higher than the GT3 R. It also has an extra 55hp. The engine body contains specially customized pistons and camshafts, allowing the maximum speed of this beast to reach 9400rpm. Of course, if you want more explosive performance, you can also use E25 biomass fuel to further Squeeze out every bit of performance from this car.
In terms of gearbox, the 911 GT3 R rennsport uses a sequential six-speed manual gearbox, coupled with KW specially adjusted shock absorbers, AP aluminum calipers with titanium brake pads, and Michelin Pilot Sport M S9 racing tires. , BBS single locking point 18-inch wheels, full vehicle anti-roll cage, single racing seat and other tight parts. The 911 GT3 R rennsport was officially unveiled at this year's Laguna Sega track. The recommended price is US$1.046 million, which is equivalent to approximately NT$33.872 million. It is limited to 77 units worldwide.
This post was last modified on November 10, 2023 2:27 am
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