Our spy photographers have shot the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS facelift with no camouflage. This essentially means that Porsche is about to reveal the car, probably at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show that gets rolling in a few weeks.
The facelifted 911 GT3 RS is expected to be powered by Porsche’s most powerful naturally aspirated motor ever. Sources expect the present 4.0-litre motor to be up-scaled to 4.2-litres before managing a 20bhp increment from the current 500bhp output. With 520bhp on tap and a PDK dual-clutch gearbox, the updated 911 GT3 RS is expected to crack the 100kmph barrier from standstill in about 3.2 seconds.
Other highlights of the facelifted GT3 RS include some aerodynamic improvements and a few tweaks to the rear-steer system. However, the pics show us that the updated car gets the same vents, alloy wheels and the massive spoiler clinging off its rear end. On a lighter note, with future generations of the GT3 believed to go the forced induction way, this may be the last of the naturally aspirated series. We shall bring you more news on the facelifted Porsche GT3 RS in the weeks to come, so stay tuned.