There is always one version of the factory built Porsche 911 that stands head and shoulders above the rest of its backwards engineered brethren.
There are some fans of the Stuttgart based sports car manufacturer that prefer the acceleration and grip of a Porsche 911 Turbo which can make any driver look like Sir Walter Rohl; or the wild power of the rear wheel drive only GT2.
However you will see seasoned racers behind the wheel of a high revving naturally aspirated Carrera wearing a very racy GT3 badge.
This last version of the 911 offers true racetrack performance in a street car and it just got a much beefier RS iteration.
In fact the new GT3 RS will take over homologation duties from the slightly lesser car.
That is because Porsche has bumped up the displacement resulting in an extra 15 HP, the flat six now makes a Honda poking 118 HP per liter.
If there is a reason why you don’t see turbo 911s in competition, this is it, and it can be yours starting at $133,750.
That is before you look at the extensive list of options.