The New Porsche 911 R Could Be The Ultimate Sports Car


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We’re sold on the Porsche 911 R. The majority of enthusiasts are sold on the 911 R. But there are still some naysayers out there that don’t understand the sports car. What’s not to love about it? It’s a manual transmission-only sports car that has the engine out of a 911 GT3 RS, a curb weight of 3,021 lbs and the ability to sprint to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds. The 911 R puts out 500 hp and 338 lb-ft of torque, while giving enthusiasts the ability to shift gears themselves. What more could anyone ask for?

The only problems we see with the car is its $184,900 price tag, which is far too much for the average enthusiast. And that it will only be sold in an extremely limited quantity to owners that will most likely sell the car for a massive profit.

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However, when it comes to the car itself, only a fool would consider the 911R to be anything less than the ultimate iteration of the modern sports car.

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