The Porsche 911 GT3 RS from the previous generation had enormous popularity. The vehicle is a track-day weapon and is so adaptable that it can be driven stress-free on the way to the track.

According to Porsche, the new engine will produce a staggering 517 horsepower, enabling the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.2 seconds.

There is a drag reduction system modelled after F1 Never before has the technology been used in a Porsche production vehicle. Drivers can click a button to engage the system, which flattens the wing parts and lowers drag, on straight stretches of the track.

Beautiful braking performance Six-piston callipers seize the front rotors, which measure 408mm in diameter, to stop the ferocious car. The rear brakes consist of 380mm rotors and four-piston callipers.

During an emergency, the car can even manipulate the rear wing to increase drag and improve the braking ability.

Significant Downforce Is Produced One of the most aerodynamically advanced vehicles ever made is the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. In fact, the vehicle produces around twice as much as the previous model, which is very astounding.

Retains a Naturally Aspirated Engine Any Porsche RS product's heart is a seriously unique power plant. A 4.0-liter, naturally aspirated flat-six engine can be found beneath the hood of the new GT3 RS, which is no exception.

There is a Free "Clubsport" Version Available It makes sense to choose the optional "Clubsport" pack if purchasers plan to employ the GT3 RS's capabilities on the racetrack.

The Cost Has Increased The price of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is now advertised at $223,800, although that of the previous model was considerably less at $169,700.

The increase of over $50,000 will definitely make some potential buyers think again, but despite this, orders are still going to flood in.

Deliveries Are Expected Next Year Demand is more than likely to outstrip supply, so potential buyers will need to actively pursue a build slot. While the car is not a limited edition model.

The New Radiator Has Major Importance Porsche chose to use a single radiator configuration in order to further enhance the car's aerodynamics. Two of these were installed in front of the front wheels on the previous GT3 RS's three.

The Huge Rear Wing Is Higher Than The Roof The most imposing feature of the new car, is the vast rear wing. Mounted high above the rear, the wing is actually mounted higher than the car's roofline.

A New Watch Is Reserved For OwnersDeveloped in Solothurn, Switzerland, Porsche's watchmaking arm has revealed an exclusive mechanical watch. Named the 911 GT3 RS chronograph

The titanium watch will have a 42 mm case. It may be the ideal track-day accessory because it allows you to monitor your lap times and heart rate. The watch's back mirrors the appearance of an alloy wheel, which is a cool feature.