The 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS will make its public debut in Geneva next month. The Stuttgart-based automaker will reveal the 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS at the Geneva Motor Show.
Porsche claims the new car is most powerful naturally aspirated 911 comes with race-bred chassis and a high-revving four-liter engine which produces 520 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque. That’s more than the last GT3 RS and the current GT3. Its top speed is 193 mph.
The car is available only with a PDK transmission and also has front brake cooling and new ball joints as well as a tweaked rear-steering system. It can RS achieves twice the downforce of the current GT3, according to Porsche.
The GT3 gets the same larger-diameter bearings for the crankshaft, rigid valvetrain shims, plasma-coated cylinder liners, and, larger connecting rod bearings as the regular GT3.
When talking about the interior, the rear and side windows are made of a lightweight glass and door panel has ultra-light vinyl loops. The car is usable on the street but only warm, dry conditions.
It keeps the expected weight-loss regime, with polyurethane front and rear fascias, titanium muffler and exhaust tips, door pull loops on lightweight door panels, a magnesium roof, carbon fiber trunk lid and fenders, lightweight glass, 12-o’-clock stripe on the steering wheel, and less sound insulation throughout.
Porsche offers the optional Weissach Package for $18,000 which includes carbon fiber roof, front and rear sway bars, coupling rods, shift paddles, and steering wheel trim for a total weight reduction of 13 pounds. Those that want to save maximum weight can choose the optional $13,000 magnesium wheels that eliminate 25 pounds.