The new generation Porsche 911 GT2 RS recently made a splash with the title of the most powerful street 911 ever. The 911 GT2 series has long been known as a line of high-performance sports cars that Porsche developed, starting from 1992 to the present. The 911 GT2 RS is based on the 911 Turbo and is powered by a similar but upgraded twin-turbocharged engine. In addition, the 911 GT2 RS has significant different appearance changes such as the front bumper with large air cavities, a redesigned rear tail and a large tail spoiler. This makes the 911 GT2 RS the most expensive model in the 911 series.
If the GT2 RS isn’t enough to please you, the brand offers an extremely limited selection – the Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport. This is a limited edition for racing use only. The Porsche variants bearing the “Clubsport” name in the name are all models optimized exclusively for driving in the racetrack and are not qualified for legal on-street driving. Furthermore, these cars are made to race during the “Clubsport Events” organized by Porsche. True to its name, GT2 used to be the second highest race after GT1. And like GT1, GT2 was killed in the early 21st century when the Le Mans race management decided to divide the GT line into two classes: GTE-Pro (professional) and GTE-Am (semi-professional).
Because it is a race car, the 911 GT3 RS Clubsport possesses distinctive details such as the exterior with high spoiler, redesigned rear bumper as well as a front bumper equipped with some more details. like the spoiler, front hood with vents and some aerodynamic add-ons. Many body panels are made from carbon fiber reinforced plastic. In particular, the hood is also made of carbon fiber and can be removed in case of an accident.
The interior of the car is also minimized to a maximum similar to the usual racing cars with only one seat. The car retains the basic dashboard shape of the 911, but with a racing steering wheel and Recaro racing seats. On the center console are mode buttons such as the traction control system. In addition, the car is also equipped with an anti-roll frame and an air-conditioning system.
With a production salary of just 200 units, the 911 GT2 RS Clubsport becomes very rare to own. What’s more, it’s even more difficult to come across a GT2 RS Clubsport in “unique” colors. Recently, a 911 GT2 RS Clubsport wearing the legendary Vaillant racing jersey was revealed. Perhaps, high-performance cars like the GT2 RS Clubsport really deserve to be able to wear this historic coat.
“Vaillant” is actually a perennial manufacturer of systems related to heating, hot water or cooling. That’s why on some classic Porsche racing cars, cars sponsored by the Vaillant Air are all painted green with distinctive multicolor stripes. These cars are owned by the Kremer Racing team – the racing team founded by brothers Erwin and Manfred Kremer in Cologne. They developed several upgraded versions of the iconic 911 of that time. Then a 935K3 won the Le Mans championship in 1979 piloted by Klaus Ludwig and the Whittington brothers. However, the most colorful Kremer 935 is the one with the Vaillant shirt color.
On the new GT2 RS Clubsport model, this color has been changed to metallic instead of a flat shade like on classic Vaillants. On a dark turquoise background are familiar lines such as purple, red and yellow running across the body, on the spoiler or even the bonnet. On the numbered doors and the front bumper of the car is attached with the familiar Vaillant logo. Some details on the exterior of old Porsche Vaillants have been removed, leaving a new coat more attractive and better suited to a modern racing car.
Developed on the basis of the 911 GT2 RS, the GT2 RS Clubsport version uses a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine. This engine produces a maximum output of 700 horsepower, this power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The Clubsport version of the GT2 RS omits many unnecessary equipment, making it only about 1,360 kg. The car also owns many racetrack equipment such as a 115-liter FT-3 petrol tank, a welded anti-roll frame, a 6-spoke safety racing seat, a roof exit door and a fire suppression system. The GT2 RS Clubsport is shipped at a limited edition of $ 405,000.
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