Even more images have leaked of the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
Porsche is clearly not doing a very job at keeping the new 911 GT3 RS a secret. Not only have we already seen leaked photos of it, we have a good idea of how fast it will be. The 991.2 GT3 RS is expected to use a 4.0-liter flat-six engine that produces 20 horsepower more than a standard GT3 for a total of 520 hp. The performance should be equally mental, but we won't know until the car is fully revealed. The car was set to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March, but more leaks have just been posted on the GT3 RS Owners Group on Facebook.
The leaked photos were posted by Jorn Cato Olsen and match the green car that was leaked earlier. The previous leaked images showed the GT3 RS on a race track, while these show it driving around in the snow. We doubt that any GT3 RS owners will ever drive their car through the snow, but perhaps Porsche just wanted to show owners that it was possible. As with the previous leak, these images show a properly aggressive GT3 RS. The car takes design cues from the Cup race car with an aggressive front fascia and a massive rear wing. Like previous GT3 RS models, this new one will be available with crazy colors and sticker packages.
Now that even more images have been leaked, it seems unlikely that Porsche will wait until Geneva to reveal this car. Even Ferrari was unable to hide images of its latest track-focused car, the 488 Pista, before its official reveal. After seeing plenty of images of the new GT3 RS one thing is for sure, this car won't disappoint.