Porsche 911 GT2 RS Limited Edition – 1 of 500

Technical Details

Model Year



10,546 KMs




Black | Red


3.6L F6


612 Hp

AED 1,450,000

It was launched at the 2010 Moscow Auto Show, the GT2 RS marked the absolute climax of the 911 range, becoming the fastest, lightest, and most powerful road-going Porsche to have ever been created. Production was limited to only 500 units.

The RS received some upgrades that were available on the standard GT2. Among them there were numerous carbon-fiber-reinforced components, recognizable by their matte-black surface finish. These include the front trunk lid, front spoiler lip, side skirts, mirror caps, rear fender intake frames, and rear diffuser.

The GT2 RS also gained wider, lightweight wheels with motorsport inspired central locking (instead of the GT2’s five-nut layout), and flared front wheel arches. Aerodynamic updates included a revised front splitter and rear diffuser, and reshaped side mirrors. The "GT2" badge on the engine lid was replaced with a "GT2 RS," while the doors gained similar lettering.

The GT2 RS’ interior was heavily based on the GT2’s, which received sportier accents compared to the standard 911 Turbo. Porsche took things to the next level with the RS, which aimed for a more race-inspired appearance. Added features included lightweight bucket seats made from carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic in carbon finish and lightweight door panels with fabric pulls instead of conventional handles. All cars had a black interior with red accents on the seats, steering wheel, door panels, and roof. The gearshift and handbrake lever were finished in red Alcantara.

Motivation for the GT2 RS came from a revised version of the GT2’s twin-turbo, 3.6-liter flat-six. The beefed-up mill cranked out 612 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, an 89-horsepower and 16-pound-feet increase over the GT2. These figures made the 911 GT2 RS the most powerful road-legal Porsche in history.

The RS’ impressive output was sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox specifically revised for this model. The combo enabled the winged coupe to hit 62 mph in 3.5 seconds, three tenths quicker than the GT2. Top speed increased from 204 to 205 mph. Not surprising given that the RS is  also 150 pounds lighter.

The RS received a revised suspension system, wider wheels, new anti-rolls bars and engine mounts, the Porsche Adaptive Suspension Management (PASM) and Porsche Stability Management (PSM). The lightweight wheels were wrapped in specially design sports tires, while stopping power was provided by Porsche’s composite ceramic brakes with Brembo six-piston calipers at the front and four-piston calipers to the rear.

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