Porsche 911 GT3 RS Review

You would think that the purpose and relevance of the new 911 GT3 RS, the most track-focused production Porsche ever, would be lost on Indian customers. 

It is quite the contrary, in fact. With race tracks mushrooming all over the country, there’s no better time than now to put your deposit down for the most extreme 911 yet. 

Track-bred 911s are known for their massive wings, but the one on the GT3 RS wings it to the next level. 

The humongous rear wing, which is big enough for the Porsche management board to use as a conference table, sets the tone for what the new GT3 RS is all about – aerodynamics. 

Honed in a wind tunnel, the new GT3 RS has a number of ground-breaking aero aids that generates a record downforce – 860kg at 285kph, according to the company. 

This is the first Porsche to have a Drag Reduction System (DRS), which activates automatically or with the push of a button. 

Apart from making you feel like Messrs Hamilton and Verstappen, it optimises the car’s aero efficiency around a circuit in the quest for the best lap time. 

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