Porsche 911 GT3 RS Spotted On Public Roads

Whenever Porsche announces a new RS model, the automotive world sits up and pays close attention. The Porsche 911 is the benchmark for most other sports car manufacturers, and its RS models are not only respected, but feared. These hardcore machines are built for track racing, and the latest Porsche 911 GT3 RS is getting closer and closer to being finished. We've extensively covered this hardcore Porsche from winter testing sessions to discussions about its F1-inspired aero. This elusive vehicle has only been spotted a few times testing around the Nürburgring, but in this YouTube video posted by Automotive Mike, we get to see it carving through the roads of the Black Forest in Germany, and it looks and sounds glorious.
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Paradise on Wheels: 1990 Nissan 300ZX vs. Porsche 944 S2

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This Porsche 911 Off-Roader Will Embarrass Your Bronco

"Chill" is certainly not how we'd define TJ Russell's preference in Porsche 911s. He used to work for Singer and left to strike out on his own a few years back. The result was a Safari 911 that would put some Baja trucks to shame. That first car was almost wholly custom, starting life as a 964 before it got a custom tube chassis and 13.5-inch suspension travel.
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1983 Porsche 911 Turbo Is The Perfect Vintage Sports Car

This vintage speed demon is the pride of Germany’s automotive industry. Porsche is a brand best known for its excellence on the track and the performance vehicle sales floor. The primary appeal for most Porsche fans is the brand's focus on building a driving experience as the art form it truly is. It takes real skill to drive one of these cars, particularly the older ones, so they will never go out of style. Essentially the manufacturer realized long ago that there will always be someone faster than you. So rather than focus on blunt force and horsepower, Porsche decided to make their cars incredibly fun to drive, setting themselves apart from everyone else. This particular car is a perfect example of how Porsche built their name as Germany's most authentic performance brand.