2018 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (Lizard Green) Design Overview & Racetrack Test Drive HD

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2018 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (Lizard Green) Design Overview & Racetrack Test Drive HD
2018 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Exterior Design
2018 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Interior Design
Color: Lizard Green

Using the 911 Turbo body for the 911 GT3 RS also brings benefits in terms of the engine: The more process air enters the combustion chambers, and the more compressed the process air is, the more powerful the engine becomes. The air intakes in the rear fenders, taken from the 911 Turbo, also make a contribution here. At higher speeds, the intakes generate a ram air effect, which increases the flow rate and enhances performance.

As standard, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS features a sports exhaust system with rear silencer and two central tailpipes made from titanium. The large volume of the exhaust system reduces the exhaust gas pressure and thus increases performance.

Exceptional driving dynamics is the domain of every Porsche, and none more so than the RS models. It forms the basis for motorsport success. With this in mind, the specialists in Weissach have developed a first-class motorsport chassis for the new 911 GT3 RS. Ball joints on all arms - known as uniball bearings - provide even greater precision than conventional elastokinematic bearings. A McPherson spring strut axle with helper springs and wheels suspended individually on the crossmembers and wishbones is used at the front. The rear axle is designed as a multi-link suspension with helper springs. The additional springs are used for pretensioning and fixing the position of the lightweight springs during rebound of the suspension. The vehicle height, camber and tracking, as well as the anti-roll bars, can be set individually in order to find the optimum setup for each race track.

All active chassis systems in the Porsche 911 GT3 RS are specially tuned. The PASM active suspension system allows the driver to choose between two programs. Normal mode is designed for sporty driving on public roads and race tracks in wet conditions. The tuning of the "Sport" mode supports maximum lateral acceleration and the best possible traction on a dry race track. The active rear-axle steering ensures greater agility on tight bends, while optimising the car's stability during fast sections.

In the new 911 GT3 RS, the interventions of PSM deliver extremely sensitive and precisely dosed control - which can be completely disengaged in two stages. The system is so sophisticated that even experienced drivers do not achieve slower lap times on the race track with PSM activated, compared to their times with the system deactivated.

Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) has also been specifically tailored for the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and features an electronically controlled, fully variable rear differential lock. Numerous driving parameters are taken into account for the active control of the differential lock, in order to ensure, at the limits of the vehicle's driving dynamics, more traction, an increase in lateral dynamics and significantly increased driving stability during load changes on bends and during lane changes. On the race track, the system mainly stabilises the rear, and in doing so enables the driver to push the vehicle close to its limits.

The electronically controlled dynamic engine mounts also make a significant contribution to the dynamics and handling of the 911 GT3 RS. They unite the benefits of hard and soft engine mountings. A hard engine mounting is particularly important for race track use, as it allows for more precise, predictable handling when the vehicle is being driven to its limits. On public roads, a soft engine mounting helps to reduce oscillations and vibrations, which makes the ride more comfortable.

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