Having as many as 700 horses (690hp / 515kW) disposable under your right foot can be too much to handle for certain Porsche 911 GT2 RS owners.
Another unfortunate accident involving such a model appears to have occurred in Sweden, as per the livery of the police car that’s partially visible in one of the images.
What’s more visible, though, is the most powerful production Porsche 911 ever, which has significant damages all over. A good chunk of the front end is missing, along with the front left suspension components and other mechanicals, while the rear has been severely beat up, too.
Judging by the extensive damages, this Porsche 911 GT2 RS might very well be a write-off, with only a few parts still salvageable.
The Instagram user AutomobileUnited, who shared these pictures, doesn’t have any background information as to what exactly led to the crash, nor do they know what happened to the occupant(s). Still, the cabin appears to have remained intact, and the door on the driver’s side is open, which suggests that the person behind the wheel may have exited the wreckage on their own.
As sad as it is to see a new Porsche 911 GT2 RS involved in another incident, it’s not the first of its kind, as only a couple of weeks ago we came across of yet another crash involving the ‘widow maker’. Only that one will only need a visit to the plastic surgeon, and mechanical inspection, in order to return to its former glory.