2008 Porsche 911 Photo

2008 Porsche 911 - Review


The term ‘race car built for the road’ is thrown around a lot these days, often used to describe regular cars with stiffened suspension, go-fast aero bits and a set of sporty wheels, however, there’s one car that truly encapsulates the meaning of the phrase and that’s the Porsche 911 GT3. Named after the FIA GT class that it was intended for, the 911 GT3 has always been something very different in comparison with the rest of the 911 fleet. Combine this with Porsche’s RS ‘Rennsport’ specification and you’re left with a much tougher and meaner 911, capable of outpacing a number of high profile supercars around a track.

During the 1970s it was the so called ‘duck-tail’ rear wing that distinguished the RS from the standard 911, today, it’s the showy carbon-fiber wing that identifies the track-focused coupe. The car’s strengths lie not only in the amazing speeds it delivers while remaining completely road-legal, but,...
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