Geneva 2016: PORSCHE presented 911R

During the International Salon in Geneva, at the stand of Porsche debuts one of the most powerful representatives of the brand, we have seen over recent years.


The models of this series will be a symbolicly available in 911 copies, and will undoubtedly be the “holy grail” for property of most pasioned collectors and fans of the German mark.


The new Porsche 911 R, from which will be produced only 911 units, equipped with 4.0-liter boxer engine with 500 horsepower and 460 Nm, drive system to the rear wheels and lightweight six-speed manual gearbox. Porsche 911 R is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.8 seconds and top speed is 323 km / h.
Aesthetically, the special edition plays with the sport, and even racing style that is already set in the recognizable details grrafichki body.


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But perhaps even more impressive sound data brake system, consisting of huge carbon-ceramic discs with a diameter of only 410 mm front and 390 mm rear. For optimum traction, caring tires with a diameter of 20 inches, a width of 245 mm front, 305 mm rear.

It’s even got Porsche’s rear-wheel steering system, and, to make sure it can get over speed bumps without leaving comically-expensive underbody plastics behind, it has a button-activated front lift system to add over an inch of ground clearance.


But it’s what it doesn’t have that’s more fun, specifically 110 pounds of car less than the 911 RS.

Of course, all this lack of things isn’t cheap, so the 911 R will start at $184,900, minus the $1050 destination charge.

Yes, that’s a lot of money, and on paper, it’s not going to match the numbers of the GT3 RS, but who cares? This seems like a much more viscerally satisfying car to drive, and, unless your job entails driving one of these anyway, who really cares about those numbers?Numbers doesnt realy mean anything when we are tolking abaut Porshe!!


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