2021 Porsche 911 GT3 RS spotted hitting the Nurburgring
The hardcore version of the most ancient car in the world has been spotted racing around the track.
The prototype was already seen earlier this year on the public roads, but now the the car is being taken to its natural habitat: the racetrack. The car does look like it belongs in this environment, as it has a massive dual-wing spoiler that generates enough downforce to make this a proper racing car, new cooling vents, a new bumper design and a large front splitter.
The engine is a 4.0 litre flat-six that produces 503bhp, which is lower than the older GT3 RS that produced 10 more bhp.
It is expected that the car will come later next year following the release of the slightly more toned-down GT3 version, which will give James May more time to protest about how they have ruined the car by testing it on the Nurburgring.