|Engine||Aluminum six-cylinder rear-mounted twin-turbo horizontally opposed engine, rigid mounting|
|Displacement||3,800cc stroke 77.5mm bore 102mm|
|Power||515kW (700hp) at 7,000rpm|
|Transmission||Rigidly mounted performance-based 7-speed PDK-gearbox (DCT, dual clutch transmission) with short, succinct gearshifts|
A duel? With pleasure, any time. Coming second? Never. The new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport is the most powerful, non-street legal, GT customer sports car we’ve ever built – a high-performance turnkey race car created for track day and Clubsport events on race tracks around the globe. In an exclusive limited edition of 200 units globally. For its opponents, it is a genuine statement of intent. For its drivers, however, it is the ultimate kick on the race track. And one more thing: the question is not whether it can win, but by how much of an advantage.
Its origins: speak volumes. Its legacy: speaks for itself. The new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport comes from Flacht. A place where motorsports legends are born, and winning models are developed. It is an enhanced version of the 911 GT2 RS – the most powerful road-approved 911 to date – built for the race track. Its performance: even more uncompromising. Its territory: the race track. And rightly so. Because for us, the new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport is proof that almost anything is possible.
The single most compelling feature of the new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport? Its perfect combination of impressive power coupled with elements of a thoroughbred race car. The 911 GT2 RS Clubsport is powered by a 515kW (700hp) 3.8-litre six-cylinder aluminium twin-turbo horizontally opposed engine, and can deliver maximum performance precisely where required, thanks to its optimised intercooler with redesigned supply and return air feed, as well as its race-optimised water spray system. The shift time optimised 7-speed
The chassis was also designed specifically for the race track by our development engineers in Weissach. The separately adjustable compression and rebound stages of the three-way shock absorbers on the front and rear axle allow steering response, tyre grip and handling characteristics to be adapted to various track profiles. This not only ensures total precision on every circuit, but also maximum control when driving at the limits at the track.
Focussing on the essentials: consistently lightweight bodywork thanks to the use of carbon-fibre reinforced plastic on the roof, front lid, front apron, doors, tail section and rear lid, as well as the elimination of unnecessary weight in the interior. As is typical of motorsports.
Further aerodynamic improvements were tested in the wind tunnel, resulting in a larger rear wing and additional flics on the front apron. This ensures increased downforce and provides excellent stability during rapid load changes.
We not only rely on maximum performance on the track. When it comes to safety, the 911 GT2 RS Clubsport is also prepared for any challenge. Highlights include: integrated safety cage, removable roof section in the CFRP roof, extinguishing system, fore/aft adjustable Recaro racing seat with customisable padding system, six-point racing safety harness, 115-litre FT3 safety fuel cell, as well as front and rear towing loops. All in strict compliance with the latest FIA safety regulations.
A brief glance is enough for opponents to know where they stand. Whether the visually impressive front lid, improved aerodynamics thanks to the additional front flics and larger rear wing, or the ergonomic racing steering wheel – the new 911 GT2 RS Clubsport conveys the will to win from every angle.
Contact Racing Cars Sales:
Dr. Ing. h.c. F.
Mr Marc Lieb
Tel.: +49 711/911-92000
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* The data presented here was recorded using the Euro 6 test procedure (715/2007/EC, 692/2008/EC, 566/2011/EC and ECE-R 101) and the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle). The respective figures were not recorded on individual vehicles and do not constitute part of the offer. This data is provided solely for the purpose of comparison between the respective models. Fuel consumption was recorded on vehicles with standard specification. Optional equipment may affect fuel consumption and vehicle performance. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are not only determined by a vehicle’s fuel efficiency, but also by the driving style and other factors irrespective of vehicle specification.