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The highly anticipated 911 GT3 RS has arrived with the latest in cooling and aerodynamic technologies and a newly optimized 4.0L six-cylinder boxer engine. One of the biggest advancements in the vehicle is an angled center radiator in the nose of the car that allows for the implementation of active aerodynamic elements that can deliver 1,895 lbs of downforce at 177 mph. The GT3 RS also features a drag reduction system, a first for a Porsche production car, which lets drivers flatten the wings at the push of a button. 

Another highlight is the massive rear wing that combines a fixed main wing and a hydraulically adjustable upper blade. This, combined with the front splitter, side blades, front wheel-arch ventilation, and the centrally positioned radiator, enhances airflow and downforce. As for power, the GT3 RS features a 518 hp 4.0L six-cylinder boxer engine that gets from 0-60 in three seconds flat and will top out at 184 mph. Additional features include aluminum monobloc brakes, CFRP construction, adjustable track suspension, a 7-speed PDK, and an available Weissach package. 

The 2023 911 GT3 RS will arrive at dealerships next spring. 

From $223,800,

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