Following the minor model change of the current Porsche 911, a new, more powerful model will soon join the lineup. As these spy photos show, the track-ready 911 sports a more aggressive kit and one can expect chassis tweaks for the GT2 RS.
While the classic 911 shape is retained, the rear section of the car deserves attention. At the back are additional cooling vents in the rear bumper along with repositioned exhaust pipes. In addition, the test mule features additional air intakes on the rear fenders in order to help the turbo engine breathe.
More aerodynamic add-ons have been added for the GT2 RS with its front bumper along with a bigger rear wing. Peeking through the single hub wheels, one can also see larger brakes for the upcoming GT2 RS.
The previous generation 911 GT2 RS was already pushing out 620 PS and 700 Nm of torque. Expect this new model to produce around 700 PS and like the GT2s of the past, this will most likely be rear wheel drive only.