Here are some fresh spy shots of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS taken during tests on the Nordschleife. There is still a lot of camouflage on the body, but it fails to hide how aggressive the car looks.
Starting at the front, the RS gets massive bonnet vents, and the fenders also have vents to cool the brakes. Two ribs are visible on the roof, which appear to improve aerodynamics and direct airflow towards the rear wing.
A large diffuser and two round exhaust pipes are visible under the tail. You can see the roll cage and the Recaro racing seat through the window.
It is known that the GT3 RS will use a 4-liter flat-six engine. In the current generation, after an update in 2018, the internal combustion engine produces 520 hp. and 470 Nm (previously generated 500 HP and 460 Nm). They say that in the new iteration, the return will grow, but not too much.
The RS version differs from the usual Porsche 911 GT3 in a reduced weight: the hood, fenders, the engine cover are made of carbon, and polycarbonate instead of the usual glass. The model also has a different robot setup and many racing solutions, including a minimalist interior with simplified trim.
The premiere of the new generation may take place before the end of the year or at the beginning of the next.