Based on the 911 Turbo, the GT2 is a more extreme track performance version of an already incredible supercar. It features the same 3.6 flat six but comes with twin variable geometry turbochargers that can generate a total of 523 horsepower, which only sounds like a minor power boost. Reality, in this case, is even better. The GT2 is the first street legal Porsche to break the 200 mph mark, with a recorded top speed of 206 mph.
Like the 911 Turbo, it can go from zero to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds and has Porsche's Active Suspension Management. Unlike other Porsche vehicles, the only transmission offered is a classic six-speed manual. In order to keep weight at a minimum, there are no rear seats, but the two front seats feature six-point racing harnesses. This ultimate 911 is truly a racing and engineering masterpiece.
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