But it can only do so on track. That’s because the single-seater Clubsport can only be used for clubsport events and at international motor racing events.

Production of the track/racing version of the 911 GT2 RS will only be limited to just 200 units, at 405,000 Euros (approx. RM1.9 million) a pop.

Output remains the same at 700 hp and 750 Nm from a 3.8-litre twin-turbo flat-six engine paired to a 7-speed PDK transmission.

Also like the road-going version, the 1.39-tonne Clubsport is equipped with 6-pot calipers in the front and a 4-pot pair at the back but unlike the carbon ceramic discs you get as standard in the GT2 RS, the Clubsport utilises steel discs.

The road-going 911 GT2 RS sits on 20-inch wheels up front and 21-inch at the back, while the Clubsport gets 18-inch one-piece light alloy forged wheels all round. The use of 3-way racing dampers also distinguishes it from the road-going version.

Inside, it’s completely unrecognisable. It’s now got a Porsche racing steering wheel, a Recaro full bucket seat with 6-point harness, a roll cage, Cosworth LCD digital instrument cluster display, a custom centre console with map switch for the ABS, Electronic Stability Control and Traction Control.

But best of all, despite being void of all the creature comforts, not like the GT2 RS had much to begin with, it still comes with air-conditioning!


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