New Porsche 911 GT3 RS NOT Turbocharged – Here’s Proof

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No forced induction for the new GT3 RS.

Rumors of the upcoming 911 GT3 RS being turbocharged, which arose after the fire troubles of the GT3’s 3.8-liter flat-six, can finally be laid to rest. The following video, courtesy of Bridge to Gantry, shows the new GT3 RS lapping the Nurburgring and it appears the track monster is naturally aspirated. Suggesting the vents above the rear wheel as counterevidence won’t stick either, as these, along with the vents below the rear windscreen, are purely for extra cooling. The fact they look cool too is simply an added bonus.

Complete with adjustable and removable rear wing, the 991 GT3 RS will launch later this year. Check it out.

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