This Porsche 911 GT3 RS certainly stands out from the rest.
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is one of the best track-focused sports cars on the market, but it's not designed to get dirty. Swedish racing driver Kevin Kleveros wanted his 911 GT3 RS to stand out from the rest and use it for some off-road rallying. So he approached Motopark, a German racing team that has instructed the likes of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen, to convert it into a road-legal rally car. The result is a feast for the eyes.
Among the modifications include a stainless steel exhaust system that amplifies the car's high-revving boxer engine to give it "the acoustic stage it deserves." A specially developed rally-inspired air scoop has also been fitted to the roof to bring fresh air into the cabin.
To make the GT3 RS even more agile when sliding around corners, the car has been fitted with specially tuned, full-spec rally dampers with adjustable compression and rebound, and a corner control valve. Since this 911 GT3 RS will primarily be used off-road instead of the track, the springs and stabilizers have been reworked.
Underbody protection and mud flaps protect the GT3 RS from stones and other objects on loose surfaces. Inside, there's a fly-off handbrake with an ABS kill-switch that will enable the GT3 RS to perform powerslides Ken Block would be proud of on any surface. Front-mounted auxiliary lights provide extra visibility, which is necessary since it gets dark early in Sweden.
Since the GT3 RS is already fitted with powerful brakes, the braking system didn't require many modifications. However, Motopark has added rally-spec brake pads with a higher drag coefficient for better cold-weather grip. For extra safety, Porsche's optional safety-cage extension was fitted.
There's also a rally counter that uses GPS to calculate distances and average times and a reading lamp for the co-driver. An eye-catching black and yellow-striped livery with red accents complete the car. No modifications were made to the powertrain, but the GT3 RS is hardly underpowered, packing a 4.0-liter flat-six engine producing 520 hp and 346 lb-ft.