2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS: New Photos Surfaces Online

New Photos of Porsche’s hotly anticipated 911 GT2 RS – apparently shot during some sort of official presentation- have made their way on the internet revealing Stuttgart’s hardcore sports car in all its glory.

The pictures reveal that the baddest ever road-going version of the 911 gets a wider body, spoilers of all sorts, a carbon fiber hood and massive air intakes behind the doors along with a new set of wheels.

The interior on the other hand has been stripped out (notice the latches on the doors) and fitted with a pair of bucket seats, which like the rest of the cabin, are trimmed in red Alcantara.

We don’t have the mechanical details yet, but it is said that the new RS packs a modified version of the 911 GT2’s twin-turbocharged flat-six producing over 600HP.

It is also reported that the weight saving measures on Porsche’s rear-wheel drive ‘widow maker’ have shaved almost 100kg or about 220 pounds from the kerbweight.

We’ll have more on the new 911 GT2 RS as soon as more information or/and pictures are available.

Via: Autogespot

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