The auto was initially planned todebut this summer, however its entry may be pushed back somewhat on account of Porsche's 911 GT3 motor blaze issue. In spite of the fact that a fix has been discovered, Porsche will likely be directing further tests on the up and coming 911 GT3 RS variation to guarantee its motor is as near to bulletproof as possible.
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Porsche 911 GT3
These are the most recent spy shots of a model for the new GT3 RS, taken while it was directing some high-speed tests on Germany's Nürburgring. Spied generally undisguised, the new GT3 RS looks sinister in its all-back exterior, iits aggressive aerodynamics and large fixed rear wing making it clear this present 911's about business first- -and that business happens at the track.
Visual contrasts from the standard GT3 incorporate a somewhat widened track to suit more extensive wheels and tires, a bigger lip around the front spoiler, modified rear fender and bumper air extraction paths, and, obviously, the much bigger rear wing. The side admissions show Porsche is utilizing extra-wide body of its most recent 911 Turbo for the new GT3 RS. It's not clear if these will stay on the production version.
Desires for the new GT3 RS incorporate weight diminishment, additional force and responsiveness, and a much more centered body tune. The current GT3 weighs only 3,152 pounds- -moderately svelte for an advanced car of its foot shaped impression and ability -so the GT3 RS is liable to be at or just under the 3,100-pound mark if Porsche's specialists can shave more weight through utilization of more carbon fiber panels, a synthetic rear window, and a somewhat more spartan cabin.
New cars for 2015
Located just above the tarmac and positioned low down in the rear is the newly developed water-cooled six-cylinder aluminum engine with four valves per cylinder, VarioCam and a separate engine oil tank.
This high-revving concept promises exceptional power. The engine has a maximum speed of 9,000 rpm. Maximum torque of 325 lb.-ft. is available at 6,250 rpm and maximum power output is produced at 8,250 rpm. Particularly lightweight titanum connecting rods facilitate the unit’s impressive rpm capability.
The engine taps into its capacity of 3.8 liters to generate a maximum power output of 475 horsepower. This corresponds to a power output per liter of 125 hp. The new 911 GT3 tears acceleration limits asunder: it sprints from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds – 0.7 seconds faster than its predecessor. The 124 mph mark is also reached 0.9 seconds sooner, after precisely 11.4 seconds.
Aerodynamics and design --New cars for 2015--Porsche 911 GT3
Clear rules apply at the limit. One of them being that a sporty design alone is not enough. Each detail must also serve a particular function.
The new front end has further improved the aerodynamics of the center radiator. This is revealed to the eye by the customary 911 GT3 air outlet to the front of the luggage compartment lid. Together with the wider front spoiler lip, it provides much more downforce at the front axle. All cooling air openings are protected by titanium-colored air intake griles. These are an indication of what lies at the center of the concept: motorsport.
The mirror base of the SportDesign exterior mirrors reflects the v-shaped styling of the wheel spokes and air intake opening in the front end.
Three words sum up the rear: wider, sleeker, sharper. LED taillights emphasise the horizontal contouring of the rear. The central twin tailpipe of the sport exhaust system is painted black.