2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS spied completely uncovered
It’s a good day for Porsche fans because today we’re getting an up close and personal look at the 2019 911 GT3 RS. One of our spy photographers caught the car with absolutely no camouflage whatsoever, giving us a clear look at the car. It’s also hopefully an indicator that Porsche will officially reveal it along with all the juicy details very soon.
Unsurprisingly, it features the same basic front and rear bumpers of the current “normal” 911 GT3, just amped up a bit. It has a deeper, wider chin spoiler and more aggressive side skirts. The hood now has a pair of NACA-style ducts the last model lacked. This new GT3 RS also features wider front fenders with large air vents similar to the last GT3 RS. The rear wing and spoiler setup is also similar to the old RS, combining a lip spoiler on the engine cover with a tall wing on supports. The wing and the supports have been reshaped a bit compared with the previous model.
We saw a generally undisguised GT3 RS last July, and at the time we were expecting it to appear at the Frankfurt Motor Show. That show, along with L.A., Detroit and Chicago, came and went. The next one on the calendar is the Geneva Motor Show. It would be a smart choice since it’s coming up soon, and because the Geneva show is a favorite for supercar builders to show off their latest and greatest products. So the GT3 RS would fit right in. Not only that, but the last version made its debut there. So keep an eye out for the winged 911 in Switzerland next month.
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