It is crafted in the
The powerful appearance of the new 911 RSR is not just a matter of chance. Each centimetre of its body has been tailored to the uncompromising standards of GT endurance racing. A product of legendary experience.
As a representative of the
With the new 911 RSR, we are giving new expression to Fascination Sports Car. A racing car where each individual component, each function and each characteristic serves to achieve a sophisticated overall concept. Inside and out. Apparent contradictions are combined in perfect harmony: safety and lightweight construction. Efficiency and power. Performance and endurance.
In other words: greater aerodynamic efficiency, greater safety than ever before and better orientation of the driver. Combined with repair and service efficiency that permits faster repairs as well as the replacement of entire body segments.
A suspended rear wing, the extended rear diffuser and new side mirrors help the new 911 RSR to increase downforce with reduced drag.
The heart of the super sports car is the 4.0-litre naturally aspirated flat engine with direct fuel injection. Shifted well forwards and installed in a rotated position for the first time, it improves the dynamic handling characteristics and increases the setup options offered by the vehicle. The new 6-speed claw shifted transmission with magnesium housing and electromechanical shift mechanism complements the drive with shorter shifting times and minimises any disruptive factors during gear changes. The result is improved handling and increased reliability of the overall drive train.
The new 911 RSR has a fundamentally revised safety concept: The new bucket seat has been shifted further inwards to offer the driver added protection in the event of a collision. Together with the newly developed safety cage, this makes the racing car safer than ever before.
The 911 RSR is also the first
Our mission? To build the sports car of the future. That is why we are bringing a
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^ The published electricity consumption (kWh per 100 km), charging times (hours/minutes) and kilometre (km) range are estimates determined in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) – see www.porsche.com/wltp. The WLTP is the test procedure used in the European Union and does not apply in Australia, where the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) remains the appropriate test standard under ADR 81/02. Actual figures will vary as they are dependent on many factors including driving style, road and traffic conditions, weather conditions, a vehicle’s features, equipment, accessories, condition, load and use. Extra features and accessories (attachments, tyre formats, etc.) can change relevant vehicle parameters such as weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics can also affect the electricity consumption and performance values of a car. The published charging times are estimated using the vehicle’s charging equipment and European charging facilities, with the battery temperature under optimum conditions and the vehicle having an initial charge status of 5%. CO2 emissions can also be generated at the power source when vehicles are being charged, unless 100% renewable energy is used. As Australian models have not been tested in accordance with the NEDC procedure, the published figures do not apply in Australia and must not be relied upon in making a decision as to whether to purchase a vehicle. Please contact an Official
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