Porsche 911 GT2 RS Looks Stunning In British Racing Green

In case its blistering Nurburgring lap time hadn’t already made you fall in love with the new 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS, this particularly special example may convince you of the car’s greatness.

Recently delivered in Nuremberg, Germany, this GT2 RS benefits from the firm’s Paint to Sample programme and is finished in British Racing Green, without a doubt one of the most evocative car colors on earth.

Like the original silver show car, the owner of this car also opted for the stunning matte gold wheels which work beautifully with the paint scheme. The desirable Weissach Package has also been specified, as evidenced by the two sections of exposed carbon fiber on the hood.

As deliveries of the new GT2 RS continue around the world, we’re looking forward to seeing more unique examples hitting the streets.


GT2RS auf Besuch bei uns im PZ …👍🏻👍🏻#porsche #porschenuernberg #gt2rs #porsches_worldwide #porschepix #porschepixx #911legendsneverdie #porsche911 #legend #sportcars #supersportcars #juergenniemuth #porscheclub #porscheloveA post shared by Jürgen Niemuth (@juergenniemuth) on Nov 3, 2017 at 1:11pm PDT

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    • Bo Hanan

      It is beguiling. You just want to start at it.

  • TheBelltower

    Yes. YES!

  • rodriguez256

    I’m convinced that British racing green makes any car look better.

    • Bash

      Not the Aztek or the multipla. 😉

      • Bob

        I googled. You’re right.

      • Six Thousand Times

        He said better, not necessarily good.

      • Moveon Libtards

        Or any Hyundai

        • Bash


    • Honda NSX-R

      It’s an underrated color.

  • Six Thousand Times

    Yes, it certainly does.

  • Drew Flanagan

    I like my 911s like I like my women, white on the outside, black on the inside. Whaaat?

    • Moveon Libtards


  • Moveon Libtards

    Hey, look, its a Porsche…


  • fabri99

    I’m not a big fan of this hue on the GT2. I’d rather have it in white, black or a random flashy colour.

  • nastinupe

    It’s a color that I would have never considered, but it looks great, actually better than the silver and black that we usually see for the GT2 RS. I want to see this car in Carmine Red with the black/ carbon fibre accents and gold wheels.