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Porsche’s 991-series adaptation of the 911 GT3 RS made its debut at the Geneva International Motor Show in 2015, sporting an enlarged 4.0-liter flat-six engine. A facelift followed in February 2018, bringing with it an uprated engine that bumped total power output from 500 to 520 PS, with the rev limit lifted to 9,000 rpm. Externally, the car was styled more aggressively, with NACA ducts to aid brake cooling, and new side skirts and a colossal rear wing influenced by the GT2 RS.
Just a few months after its arrival, the 991.2 GT3 RS became only the third production Porsche to break the seven-minute barrier at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, following in the footsteps of the ground-breaking 918 Spyder. Flat out, the GT3 RS could hit 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds. Offered an inviting stretch of the unrestricted autobahn and the benchmark 911 would reach a breath-taking terminal velocity of 310 km/h.
This one-owner example was delivered to the consignor, an Italian collector of benchmark modern supercars, in 2018, and was registered for the road on 17 July that year. It was specified in Black over a Black leather and Alcantara interior with yellow stitching and complementary satin-black forged alloy wheels. Service stamps were issued by Porsche Ebimotors S.r.l. on 2 July 2020 and 6 June 2022, with odometer readings noted as 1,237 and 4,935 kilometers, respectively. At time of cataloging, the odometer read just 5,053 kilometers.
This low-mileage GT3 RS represents one of the most accomplished iterations of Porsche’s celebrated 911, and presents beautifully in its menacing triple-black color scheme.
This vehicle will be offered at RM Sotheby’s Munich sale, taking place 26 November. View more and register to bid online at rmsothebys.com today.