When there is the official confirmation about 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS variant, the auto world has been waiting in anticipation. Most people don’t really know how the ride will be and whether the company will do a great job in creating a promising variant. This variant is claimed to deliver one of the best performance and outcome, and hopefully, it won’t disappoint at all.
With the release of 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS, it is expected that Porsche will deliver the ultimate sporty ride with the right performance and promising features. When compared to the GT3 (another line from 911 line), the GT2 RS is said to have a more satisfying outcome. After all, there are some of the greatest specs of the line, such as the twin turbo engine, the automatic dual clutch transmission, and also the top speed with super achievement will satisfy the owners. But with the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS price reaching almost $300, it is only logical if the specs, features, and performance should be more than satisfying.
When we are talking about improvements and developments, we are talking about major work happening once in every five years. In between those 5 years, there aren’t much changes happening for the line and between those years. But then again, there are some greater updates to expect from this line. With the sporty ride designed for the better outcome, you definitely want to expect more from this variant.
The Pros and Cons
What are the best features to expect from this 201 Porsche 911 GT2 RS line, after all? So far, this is the 911 factory built vehicle with the fastest speed. Despite the sporty design, the driving control is super responsive and nice. In fact, it is considered as one of the driver-friendly ride ever built. Of course, with such a tag price like this one, you want to have a ride that is easy to handle and maneuver.
For the downsides, some of the equipment isn’t very responsive or new. This is the type of ride that is more perfect for show instead of the daily use. If you think that this one would be perfect for daily use, this may not be the perfect option.
One of the promising features to like about this ride is the flat six twin turbo engine that is able to deliver 700 hp of power. When it is paired with the auto dual clutch seven speed transmission and rear wheel driving system, you can expect a satisfying and promising outcome with the greater performance. Thanks to the engine arrangement, the vehicle is able to reach 60 mph within 2.7 seconds – which is super impressive. With such greater speed, you will expect great brakes. And that’s exactly what you can expect from this line. Different from the GT3, though, this ride doesn’t come with manual transmission.
Whereas the other types of GT have been designed for more conservative use, especially for daily and more traditional use, the GT2 is designed for speed. It seems that 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is going back to the original basic.