The supercar comes to life with this paint job.
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is not a supercar for the faint of heart. It's engineered to demolish any track and stands out like a sore thumb from the entire Porsche 911 lineup. With the new GT3 RS, Porsche decided not to place graphics on the supercar, which is something that has been on its predecessors from the beginning. Luckily, Porsche's customization group Porsche Exclusive has taken a 911 GT3 RS and given it a proper paint job and graphics to differentiate it from the pedestrian 911 GT3.
Porsche Exclusive finished the GT3 RS in a blinding shade of green, which is referred to as Birch Green and graphics along the sides of the supercar. Besides the awesome paint job, the supercar gets a few custom touches that include gloss black Porsche logo on the rear wing, and matte black paint for the rear lip, side skirts, front splitter and rear wing endplates. The awesome green and black theme can also be found on the interior of the supercar which receives Porsche 918 Spyder seats with green stitching, piping and embroidery. This is what the GT3 RS should've looked like from the factory.