911 GT3 RS With Manthey Mod Smashes ‘Ring Record

Heavenly Driving: Manthey & GT3 RS.

A month ago, Car Spy Media spied Manthey Racing putting the Porsche 911 GT3 RS to the test at the Nürburgring—and not like it’s ever been short on performance! Now yet another ultra-hardcore version of this hot coupe has been seen, indicating that an even more aggressive aerodynamic package is nigh for the RS.

The recent 911 GT3 RS spotted in the wild is still shrouded in camouflage; however, nothing can thwart one from spotting its impressive adjustable wing. Seeming to be both wider and higher than the regular RS model, it has been designed so that its placement may alter dependent on whether the auto is in accelerating or decelerating mode.

2024 Porsche 911 GT3 RS MR Manthey Performance Package Caught Testing At Nürburgring With Aero-Kit

A formidable shark fin equipped with roof-housed wings is yet another fresh element that bestows this GT3 RS a decidedly intimidating stance as it collapses around the renowned circuit. An enhanced front splitter, extra fins and an altered rear diffuser help in guiding airflow smoothly across the Porsche’s body.

Drawing upon the Mankthe design for the 991.2 GT3 RS, it appears that bilateral coiled suspension and an intermingled brake pipe system should figure prominently. In the past, carbon fiber was incorporated heavily into the package, such as in the aerodiscs, while magnesium wheels can be procured optionally.

The strength of Porsche’s standard vehicles is widely recognized, yet Manthey Racing has always managed to raise their performance metric. For instance, the tuner’s aerodynamic kit for the 718 Cayman GT4 RS increased its already impressive lap time by above six seconds on the Nürburgring. This improved result isn’t small by any means and culminates in an even faster GT3 RS. The automobile doesn’t only look outright powerful, as per the video above that underlines this, but can also acquire the fourth spot of fastest production car to circle the track, clocking a time 14.143 behind the Mercedes-AMG One, despite having half of the output. Meeting this challenge surely won’t be an easy feat, however it isn’t out of the question for Porsche and Manthey Racing to endeavour.

It looks like the powertrain within the GT3 RS is likely to remain consistent, meaning no fewer than 518 horsepower from the 4.0-liter flat-six engine. Bearing in mind the base model RS plan already retails for $241,300, obtaining one with Manthey’s custom kit would definitely not be economical – however, can you truly assign a monetary value to what is likely to become the planet’s swiftest and most exhilarating track gadget?

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