Rinse and repeat
It was eight years ago the last time the Widowmaker made it to evo's cover, and the magazine very appropriately titled it on the cover: "Too Fast for the Road?". Unfortunately, I happened to have been one of the many who couldn't avail of an issue of evo back then. But not anymore with evo coming to India. I feel privileged to see the GT2 RS return in the form of the 991, and it looks outrageously cool on the cover of the India edition. I was honestly very disgruntled when I saw the new GT2 RS testing as a mule, wrapped in heavy camouflage, and I was prepared for a blow. The wing looked ungainly; the deceiving lines shunned the very vision of it being a success, and the absence of gold wheels made me scoff. Peeling away the cheap camo materials has revealed what is undeniably - the angriest, most intimidating of Porsches ever made. I love it. Even more than its 997 iteration.
I personally think the new GT2 RS will pique Lamborghini buyers who've always yearned for a Porsche, but never found one mental enough
- capable of pulling off some hairy tantrums on the road and track. The GT2 RS is everything I've wanted it to be: light-weight, frighteningly fast, pretty (yes, I think so) and, from what I've read, very usable as an everyday car. Modern Porsches have...