Car India - - FIRST DRIVE -

AS IF THE GT3 AND THE GT3 RS WERE NOT ENOUGH, THE ic­ing on the cake for the next day’s drive came in the form of the GT2 RS. This car looked the busi­ness with the front boot-lid and the rear en­gine lid made of car­bon-fi­bre. The ex­haust sys­tem is made of ti­ta­nium, but the big­gest dif­fer­ence is un­der the rear en­gine lid as there is a twin­tur­bocharged 3,800-cc flat-six mo­tor that churns out a hefty 70 0 PS at 7,000 rpm and a whop­ping 750 Nm of torque from 2,500 to 4,500 rpm.

Even though the GT2 RS weighs a lit­tle more than the two GT3s, it feels more ag­ile and nim­ble com­pared to its sib­lings. This baby can fly; you can lit­er­ally feel the ex­tra power and torque when you are ac­cel­er­at­ing out of cor­ners. If I had the money, I would def­i­nitely have one of th­ese in my garage.

( Above) Rac­ing seats and roll-cage am­plify the essence of the GT2 RS

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