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Porsche 911 GT3 RS svelata al Monterey Car Week. Basata sulla 992.2 la GT3 RS vede salire a sua potenza da 510 CV a 525 CV grazie a nuovi alberi a camme che equipaggiano il flat six da 4.0 litri.

La particolare aerodinamica, secondo Porsche, è in grado di generare 410 kg di carico a 200 km/h, ossia più del doppio della precedente GT3 RS e tre volte quello della GT3 "liscia". 

A 285 km/h la GT3 RS garantisce 860 kg di carico aerodinamico. Lo 0-100 km/h è coperto in 3.2 secondi e la velocità massima è di 296 km/h. Per fermare questa bestia, c'è un impianto in carbo-ceramica con pinze a 6 pompanti all'anteriore (4 per il posteriore) che sono calzate in cerchi da 20 e 21" rispettivamente e monodado centrale.

Le porte, così come altri componenti della carrozzeria, sono in fibra di carbonio.

La massa complessiva ferma l'ago della bilancia a 1450 kg. 

La trasmissione è una PDK a 7 rapporti, ma con la leva che simula il leveraggio di un cambio manuale :D

Si aggiunge il pacchetto Weissach e Club Sport (quest'ultimo include un Roll bar interno, tra le altre chicche).

 

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Press Release:

 

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Porsche presents the new 911 GT3 RS
17/08/2022

The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS makes no secret of its intentions: it is uncompromisingly designed for maximum performance.

 

The road-legal high-performance sports car takes full advantage of technology and concepts from motorsport (911 GT3 RS: Fuel consumption* combined (WLTP) 13.4 l/100 km, CO₂ emissions* combined (WLTP) 305 g/km, Fuel consumption* combined (NEDC) 12.7 l/100 km, CO₂ emissions* combined (NEDC) 289 g/km). Even beyond the high-revving naturally aspirated engine with racing DNA and intelligent lightweight construction, it is, above all, the cooling and aerodynamic systems of the 911 GT3 RS that connect it most directly with its motorsport brother, the 911 GT3 R.

Central-radiator concept inspired by motorsport – the foundation for active aerodynamics

The basis for a significant performance boost is the concept of a central radiator – an idea that was first used in the Le Mans class-winning 911 RSR and subsequently in the 911 GT3 R. Instead of the three-radiator layout seen in previous cars, the new 911 GT3 RS relies on a large, angled centre radiator in the car’s nose, positioned where the luggage compartment is located on other 911 models. This has made it possible to use the space freed up on the sides to integrate active aerodynamic elements.

Continuously adjustable wing elements in the front and on the two-part rear wing, in combination with a number of other aerodynamic measures, provide 409 kg of total downforce at 200 km/h. This means that the new 911 GT3 RS generates twice as much downforce as its 991.2-generation predecessor and three times as much as a current 911 GT3. At 285 km/h, total downforce is 860 kg.

 

 

A drag reduction system (DRS) is fitted in a production Porsche for the first time. To achieve low drag and higher speeds on straight sections of the track, the DRS allows the wings to be flattened out at the push of a button, within a specific operating range. The airbrake function is activated during emergency braking at high speeds: the wing elements at the front and rear are set to maximum, creating an aerodynamic deceleration effect that significantly supports the wheel brakes.

The look of the new 911 GT3 RS is characterised by the large number of functional aerodynamic elements. The most prominent feature of the GT sports car is the swan-neck-supported rear wing, which is significantly larger in all dimensions. The rear wing consists of a fixed main wing and an upper, hydraulically adjustable wing element.

For the first time on a Porsche production vehicle, the upper edge of the rear wing is higher than the car’s roof. In addition, the front end of the 911 GT3 RS no longer has a front spoiler, but instead features a front splitter that divides the air flowing over and underneath. Sideblades accurately direct air outwards. Front wheel arch ventilation is provided via louvred openings in the front wings.

 

 

To ensure that the downforce balance between the front and rear axles is maintained even when braking from high speeds, the suspension engineers have significantly reduced pitching under braking. On the new 911 GT3 RS, the front ball joint of the lower trailing arm has been set lower on the front axle. The multi-link rear axle has also been adjusted, with modified spring rates. The driver assistance systems and rear-axle steering also have an even more dynamic set-up here.

The 911 GT3 RS offers three driving modes: Normal, Sport and Track. In Track mode, the basic settings can be individually adjusted. Among other settings, the rebound and compression damping of the front and rear axles can be adjusted separately and in several stages. The rear differential can also be adjusted via rotary controls on the steering wheel. This is done quickly and intuitively with an operating and display concept also borrowed from motorsport.

Four individual rotary controls and a button for the Drag Reduction System (DRS) are located on the steering wheel. These rotary controls are clearly displayed via graphics in the instrument cluster during the adjustment process. The 911 GT3 RS also features the track screen already familiar from the 911 GT3. At the touch of a button, the driver can reduce the digital displays on the two seven-inch side displays to essential information only. The gearshift indicators to the left and right of the analogue tachometer have also been taken from the GT3.

High-revving four liter six-cylinder boxer engine

The 4.0-litre high-revving naturally aspirated engine has been further optimised compared with the 911 GT3. The increase in power to 386 kW (525 PS) is achieved primarily via new camshafts with modified cam profiles. The single-throttle intake system and the rigid valve drive are derived from motorsport. The seven-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) has a shorter overall gear ratio than the 911 GT3. Air intakes on the underbody ensure that the transmission can withstand even extreme loads during frequent use on track. The 911 GT3 RS accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds and reaches a top speed of 296 km/h in seventh gear. 

 

 

Aluminium monobloc fixed-calliper brakes with six pistons each and brake discs with a diameter of 408 mm are used on the front axle. Compared with the 911 GT3, the piston diameters have been increased from 30 to 32 mm. In addition, the thickness of the discs has been increased from 34 to 36 mm. The rear axle continues to be fitted with 380-mm brake discs and four-piston fixed-calliper brakes.

The optionally available Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) has 410-mm discs on the front axle and 390-mm discs on the rear axle. The new 911 GT3 RS comes standard with forged light-alloy centre-lock wheels. Road-legal sports tyres measuring 275/35 R 20 at the front and 335/30 R21 at the rear ensure a high level of mechanical grip. 

Lightweight construction all the way

Intelligent lightweight construction has been a basic principle of all RS models ever since the legendary 911 Carrera RS 2.7. Thanks to an array of lightweight construction measures such as the extensive use of CFRP, the 911 GT3 RS weighs in at only 1,450 kg (kerb weight according to DIN) despite many larger components. The doors, front wings, roof and front lid, for example, are made from CFRP. Lightweight CFRP is also used in the interior, for example in the standard full bucket seats.

Available with Clubsport and Weissach packages

When it comes to its interior, the new GT sports car is finished in typical RS style: black leather, Racetex and carbon-weave finish characterise the purist, sporting ambience. The 911 GT3 RS is available with the Clubsport package at no extra cost. This includes a steel rollover bar, a hand-held fire extinguisher and six-point seat belts for the driver. 

 

 

The Weissach package, which is available at extra cost, involves considerably more. The front lid, roof, parts of the rear wing and the upper shell of the exterior mirrors feature a carbon-weave finish. The front and rear anti-roll bars, the rear coupling rods and the shear panel on the rear axle are made of CFRP and contribute to a further enhancement of the driving dynamics. The rollover bar, constructed for the first time from CFRP, saves around six kilograms compared with the steel version.

Another highlight of the Weissach package is the PDK shift paddles with motorsport-derived magnet technology. This makes gear changes even more dynamic thanks to a more precise pressure point and a clearly perceptible click. Optionally available with the Weissach package are magnesium forged wheels, which save another eight kilograms.

Exclusive Porsche Design Chronograph

Inspired by the motorsport mindset – where maximum precision is paramount – Porsche’s own watchmaking operation in Solothurn, Switzerland, has developed the 911 GT3 RS chronograph. This mechanical watch is reserved for owners of the car. It is based on a glass-bead blasted case, made from either natural or black titanium, and with a screw-down crown. Inside the watch is the mechanical Porsche Design chronograph calibre WERK 01.200, which has been COSC-certified for its high accuracy.

 

Its flyback function allows the wearer to start, stop and reset the second hand with a single action. The chronograph pushers, which feature ‘Start/Stop’ and ‘Next Lap’ laser engravings, reveal that this chronograph is not just about telling the time. In addition to innovations, such as the pulsometer scale on the bezel, many design features and materials from the GT3 RS are also found

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Press Release 'Ring:

 

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The new 911 GT3 RS is designed uncompromisingly for maximum performance. The 386 kW (525 PS; 911 GT3 RS: Fuel consumption* combined (WLTP) 13.4 l/100 km, CO₂ emissions* combined (WLTP) 305 g/km, Fuel consumption* combined (NEDC) 12.7 l/100 km, CO₂ emissions* combined (NEDC) 289 g/km) road-legal high-performance sports car takes full advantage of technology and concepts from motorsport. In addition to the high-revving naturally aspirated engine with racing DNA and intelligent lightweight construction, it is the cooling and aerodynamic concept in particular that proves its direct kinship with its motorsport brethren. At 285 km/h the 911 GT3 RS achieves a total downforce of 860 kilograms – three times as much as a 911 GT3.

 

“Today the 911 GT3 RS delivered what it had already promised at first glance – absolute excellence on the racetrack,” says Andreas Preuninger, Director GT cars. “Considering the far from ideal conditions, with a strong headwind on the long straight of the Döttinger Höhe and cool asphalt temperatures, we are satisfied with this time. The 911 GT3 RS is setting new standards for aerodynamics and the chassis. Never before has a road car embodied so much motorsport.”

911 GT3 RS with the Weissach package

The 911 GT3 RS with the Weissach package was equipped with the optionally available Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 R tyres, sized 275/35 R 20 at the front and 335/30 R21 at the rear.  The new 911 GT3 RS completed the previously standard shorter lap in 6:44.848 minutes.

 

“We lost a little downforce due to the strong, sometimes gusting wind, but I’m still very happy with the lap,” says Bergmeister. “In the fast sections in particular, the 911 GT3 RS is in a league of its own. Here it’s on a level usually reserved for top-class racing cars. The car is also setting new standards in braking. Fast laps on the Nordschleife are simply so much fun in this car.”

 

Frank Moser, Vice President model lines 911 and 718, was following the fast lap from the pit wall: “I’m incredibly proud of what the whole team has achieved during the development and testing of the new 911 GT3 RS,” he says. “Today Jörg Bergmeister brought everything together and unleashed the car’s full potential. The 911 can still surprise us and proves that the rear engine concept is still supremely suitable for high-performance sports cars.”

 

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3 minuti fa, The.Doc scrive:

Mi incuriosiscono molto quelle prese d'aria sul cofano... da vedere meglio...

Anche a me, anche se viste così son ben brutte. 

Per il resto è davvero tanta roba 

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+640 kg di downforce a 250 km/h, circa il doppio rispetto la precedente RS, oltre 20 km/h piu lenta (top speed) rispetto alla GT3 992 e 525 hp, la dicono lunga su questo nuovo giocattolone...

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1 ora fa, Savage scrive:

+640 kg di downforce a 250 km/h, circa il doppio rispetto la precedente RS, oltre 20 km/h piu lenta (top speed) rispetto alla GT3 992 e 525 hp, la dicono lunga su questo nuovo giocattolone...

 

se aumenti il downforce aumenti la resistenza. anche se la velocità di punta non è fondamentale se non su tracciati ad alta velocità, ma nella maggior parte dei circuiti, sarà più veloce della precedente RS di almeno 5 secondi.

 

detto questo. Preferisco la 296 GT3, anche se non si può guidare su strada purtroppo. La 992RS la trovo "troppo" davvero. Troppo aero, troppo zarra, "troppo" insomma......però vorrei guidarla 😄

in garage: MY17 BMW M140i F20 + MY22 BMW M3 Competition Xdrive G80 + MY20 MINI Cooper S F56
in arrivo: 03/23 Ferrari 296 GTB Assetto Fiorano 

 

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se aumenti il downforce aumenti la resistenza. anche se la velocità di punta non è fondamentale se non su tracciati ad alta velocità, ma nella maggior parte dei circuiti, sarà più veloce della precedente RS di almeno 5 secondi.
 
detto questo. Preferisco la 296 GT3, anche se non si può guidare su strada purtroppo. La 992RS la trovo "troppo" davvero. Troppo aero, troppo zarra, "troppo" insomma......però vorrei guidarla 
Pensa alla 992 gt2 RS che missile contro 296 "pista style"

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19 ore fa, andreadb scrive:

Pensa alla 992 gt2 RS che missile contro 296 "pista style"

☏ ELE-L29 ☏

 

 

Dipende da come metterà a terra i cavalli e su che tracciato sarà mai fatta questa sfida (se mai la faranno ma credo di si prima o poi)....poiché vedendo l'aerodinamica della GT3 RS.....un po' ho paura. Anche se prenderei la Ferrari a prescindere...poiché la trovo più raffinata di meccanica, più bella esteticamente, e più attraente per il blasone che si porta dietro.

in garage: MY17 BMW M140i F20 + MY22 BMW M3 Competition Xdrive G80 + MY20 MINI Cooper S F56
in arrivo: 03/23 Ferrari 296 GTB Assetto Fiorano 

 

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Apro OT 

non dovete dimenticare che ferrari sulle sue vetture vuole comunque mantenere una certa usabilità 

per questa rs Porsche da quello che mi è stato detto si è ancora di più allontanata dalla polivalenza delle 911 , in modo più marcato rispetto alle GT precendenti 

Diciamo che per Monaco,Zurigo etc penso che ne vedremo all inizio girare qualcuna poi i proprietari riprenderanno i loro suv per tutti i giorni 😉

fine OT

 

su pista sarà molto molto efficace ovviamente 

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Apro OT 
non dovete dimenticare che ferrari sulle sue vetture vuole comunque mantenere una certa usabilità 
per questa rs Porsche da quello che mi è stato detto si è ancora di più allontanata dalla polivalenza delle 911 , in modo più marcato rispetto alle GT precendenti 
Diciamo che per Monaco,Zurigo etc penso che ne vedremo all inizio girare qualcuna poi i proprietari riprenderanno i loro suv per tutti i giorni
fine OT
 
su pista sarà molto molto efficace ovviamente 
Ottima la scelta di distinguere / estremizzare ancora di più i prodotti e relative performance

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