While testing the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 RS at the Nurburgring, the German carmaker appears to be making it even more track-focused than its siblings. Recent spy videos show the vehicle being pushed to its absolute limits on the track, and few other production cars are as well-suited to racing at high speeds as the 992-generation GT3 RS.
The new GT3 RS will quickly stand out from the basic GT3 owing to the existence of a considerably wider rear wing.
This fresh wing will undoubtedly aid in increasing downforce over the rear wheels and making the vehicle quicker around a track.
Pay attention to how the wing changes shape in response to the driver's inputs like acceleration and braking force.
Other features include bigger air vents on the hood and body cladding over the rear end of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
A naturally aspirated six-cylinder motor will power the vehicle. According to speculations, this motor will have a displacement of 4.2 liters, greater than any previous GT3 model before it, allowing it to produce up to 572 hp, a huge increase over the outgoing model's 513 hp. The new Porsche is scheduled to be unveiled later this year.