Powered by a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six engine twisted to 518 horsepower, the GT3 RS is the fastest road-going 911, capable
of accelerating from zero to 62 miles per hour in three seconds and going on to a harrowing top speed of 205 miles per hour. But it’s the RS’s wild racing
derived aerodynamic elements, cribbed from both GT and Formula 1 cars that deliver otherworldly performance and hot-lap capability.
As you’d expect from a race-bred car, the RS is loaded with active aero features that are controlled by buttons on the steering wheel
and can be switched on or off at will. A rotary knob lets you choose between four drive modes; while another switch adjusts the power sheering’s assistance level.
And a set of toggles allow you to tweak the compression and rebound settings on the front and rear dampers, choose from eight different
electronic limited-slip rear differential both when driving and at a standstill, and even manually adjust the Formula 1-style