For 2010, the second generation 911 GT3 RS (known as 997.2 GT3 RS) received an additional 35 PS (26 kW; 35 hp) due to a new 3.8-liter flat-six, bringing total power output up to 450 PS (331 kW; 444 hp). This car was not approved for competition in the United States by . Grand-Am originally did not approve the car, but after performance issues (a Porsche team did not compete at the round), Grand-Am approved the second-generation car in April 2010.
Porsche Taiwan recently launched the 911 Carrera GTS with an impressive DJ live show and orchestra performance. Watch the highlights from the event!
You can order a 911 GT3 RS from your local Australian Porsche Centre right now and the man in the tie will expect you to part with $387,700. You’ll be able to collect your new toy in the third quarter of 2015.