Last September, the Koenigsegg Agera R entered the Guinness Book of Records withsix amazing records. Unfortunately for the mighty Swedish supercar, one of those six world records - the fastest brake time - has already been smashed. If you remember, the Agera R went from 300 km/h (186 mph) to 0 in 6.66 seconds.

But now, a Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0 managed to eclipse that number after posting a time of just 6.5 seconds from its high-speed performance 0-300-0 test at the annual Sport Auto event in Papenburg, Germany. That number is 0.16 seconds faster than the Agera R.

For those of you who have forgotten the GT3 RS 4.0 is powered by a naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter engine that delivers a total of 500 HP at 8,250 rpm and 339 lb-ft of torque, which is a 50 HP and 22 lb-ft increase over the current GT3 RS model.

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6 comments:

  (777) posted on 02.1.2012

What a full-stop. This high-speed brake is a breaking record. I hope they can apply the technology on trains so that would prevent future smashing in cars trapped in the track.

  (488) posted on 01.19.2012

Wow! Porsche takes into a high level. It rules the road by its fast speed making it to break the new record. And it didn’t failed to get the crown that Porsche needs.

  (384) posted on 01.16.2012

I was truly amazed by this video. It truly gets my attention when Porsche rules the road at a faster speed. It’s a battle for breaking records that automatically entered in the Guinness book of records. When it comes to engine specs, very impressive.

  (369) posted on 01.12.2012

Wooh! I was amazed when i read this article, a battle for breaking record not only once but six records entered in the Guinness book of records.Very impressive when it comes to high speed performance.Truly tested.

  (342) posted on 01.10.2012

How could they never enter the Guinness Book of Records? Koenigsegg Agera R is really a great car. And I have to congratulate them because of that. The engine specification of this car is really impressive.

  (798) posted on 01.4.2012

Wooh! I was amazed when i read this article, a battle for breaking record not only once but six records entered in the Guinness book of records. Very impressive when it comes to high speed performance. Truly tested.

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