Sure we all want to take our turn driving around in the new 2011 Porsche GT2 RS. Unfortunately, with a limited run of 500 units and the fact that they have all been sold out already, chances of that happening are about slim to none. What makes the situation even more unfortunate for us is the fact that TechArt has already found a way to improve on Porsche’s most powerful street-legal model ever. Yeah, they are that good.

To make our faces a darker shade of envy green, the German tuner has added a new set of their newly introduced Formula Race lightweight forged centerlock wheels and a new Noselift system to allow the Porsche to get safely over those pesky speed bumps. No need to enter your dipped driveway at an angle anymore - owners of low ride height vehicles know exactly what we mean - TechArt has made it so the front end of the 911 GT2 RS gets an additional 60mm of ground clearance with a touch of a button. This system also features a trouble-free backfitting, a rapid height adjustment of approximately 10 mm/s with particularly silent operation as well as fully integrated operation via a button with a status indicator at the roof console.

Man, and we were banking on the fact that one of these owners would ding the front of their car and sell it to us for a cheaper price. There goes that idea! Nice work, TechArt. Another tuning job well done!

  • 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS by Techart
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    3.6L Flat six twin turbo engine
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    six speed manual
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    205 mph
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  (364) posted on 05.2.2011

Well, the figure performance doesn’t far from each other. However, I just wonder that if the turbo engine was put in the GT2 will it perform the same?

  (666) posted on 05.2.2011

I think its not a best car to be considered since the GT3 version has been released already and the latter has a great performance than this.

  (458) posted on 01.24.2011

Porsche’s most powerful street-legal model ever. Yeah, they are that good.

  (309) posted on 01.17.2011

Damn, the price for your first born significantly dropped in this recession. I was about to go out and raw dog it for profit.

  (765) posted on 01.16.2011

many driver are suffering for shock replacement and damper repair due to the height of the 911, well of course if you want a superb handling and faster acceleration you need to lower your car’s height.

  (477) posted on 01.16.2011

nice, i like the new hydraulics they installed here, with this it can easily take over the speed bumps of the road. it has the remote for the drive to control the height of the car depending on the road conditions.

  (325) posted on 01.13.2011

Why and how does this not have the 3.8 DI motor from the 997.5 Turbo? Yet is more efficient with 90hp more. Something does not add up, unless they built a whole new Turbo 3.6 off the base Carrera motor.

  (702) posted on 01.13.2011

Wow, you are so not the target demographic for any GT2. Even if you could afford one, I’m pretty sure Porsche would turn you away if you made a comment like that lol.

  (51) posted on 01.13.2011

I love the black car on the white empty space, it looks truly cool!

  (151) posted on 01.13.2011

Yet another cool tuning waste on a boring old shape. If you look at the 1990 Porsche (21 year old) you’ll see how little Porsche designed has evolved!

  (1023) posted on 01.12.2011

agree, they’ve focused more on how will they lessen the weight of the 911, and they came up of forging an ultra light weight wheels.

  (1333) posted on 01.12.2011

great the rigidity and weight ration is once more optimized or tuned by techart. thanks to the light weight twin spokes rim it lessen about 25% weight of the regular sports rims.

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