The Porsche 911 R Uses Its Active Aerodynamics To Outrun A Satellite

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We can’t get enough of the new Porsche 911R. With a six-speed manual, carbon ceramic brakes, rear axle steering, a limited slip differential, a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat six engine, and 493 horsepower, it’s hard to pick out anything that could be wrong with the car. We’re sad that all 991 911Rs have been sold, but at least we can hear and see the perfect purist’s passion-mobile whipping through the desert with a satellite on its tail.

See the Porsche’s active aerodynamics in action as the engine wails past 8,000 rpm to leave the satellite in the dust.

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