Get ready for more intensity, both on the pitch and how hard you have to concentrate on saying the model name in the right order, because Porsche announced only its newest tracer: 700-horsepower limited race Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport, your only for track use and a base MSRP of $ 478,000.
The starting MSRP is of course before tax, shipping and import.
The basic price of this track, only version of GT2 RS, is almost $ 200,000 more than the weighing version, starting at $ 293,000. You may also notice that it looks different from the new 911 Porsche model dropped Tuesday evening at the LA Auto Show, and that's because it's a new installment of the outgoing 991 generation. (Do not worry if you did not notice. They look similar to the 911s.)
The GT2 RS Clubsport Track Version is based on Street One, which was frighteningly scary of a vehicle in its road-legal form. They both come with a 3.8-liter flat-six twin turbo on the rear, which transmits power to the rear wheels with the Porsche seven-stage two-clutch gearbox and paddle shifters on the carbon fiber steering wheel because you face it, you're not getting a stick .
The wheel and the display behind it are from the 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 R race car, Porsche said in its announcement, and the tram has the typical roller cage, bucket space and six-point seat that make it suitable for racing. It has giant brakes, and auxiliary systems like Porsche's stability control, traction and ABS can be switched off with a switch. The car also has air conditioning, to provide "optimal interior cooling," said Porsche. Revolutionary.
Porsche produces only 200 of the Clubsport versions, and even gives customers ideas of where to run. The car is eligible to run during clubs, the Porsche Club of America track days and certain motorsport meetings.
Porsche plans to start delivering the cars in May next year, which surely is around time, we all want our $ 478,000 car budget saved and curse us to just miss the window on this.