In view of the 2011 season, Porsche introduces the new 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Cup race model built on the basis of the Porsche GT3 RS and produced in more than 1,400 copies since 1998. The 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Cup version is recognized by the wide rear track width of 44 mm, the front spoiler as close to the ground and a rear spoiler mounted in a raised position and well-off 1.70 meters (+24 cm). The coupe from Zuffenhausen is also equipped with the 3.8 six-cylinder boxer with 450 bhp at 8,500 rpm, combined with a six-speed manual transmission. There is a limited slip differential, while crunched pounds compared to the Porsche GT3 RS Series is over 170 for a total of 1,200.
From the outside you can clearly see the lineage from the GT3 RS, but will further emphasize the racing. Obviously this is a work of substance, not form. The lip is lower and delivered, to ensure greater downforce on the front. A significantly raise the rear wing provides ample tail, which reaches a width of 1.70 meters. Now the appendix is mounted as high as the 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Cup that raced in the FIA international series. Significant opportunities to play with the set-up and adjust to operational contexts. Returning to the series model, we recall that the variant is Rennsport fighting harvesting 911. This version, loved by those who have a soft spot for the track, embodies the spirit more daring of the German mark, in compliance with the core values of a symbol full of meaning: Zuffenhausen. The most athletic expression of the Porsche sports car range has benefited from the know-how in the world of racing. That’s why impresses, especially in the circuits. With the amendments received, the “beast” has an even higher standard, which sets new standards in performance and driving dynamics. Walter Röhrl says: “No 911 has never been so close to a racing car like the new GT3 RS.“
The 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is offered with slick tires and alloy wheels with Michelin channel plus. Changes are also made in the cockpit with the introduction of a new loophole for air circulation and a new screen located directly on the wheel. The set price for acquiring a copy of the 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is £ 94,600 pounds (~ €107,000), no taxes.