By now, you’ve probably seen the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and Porsche 911 RSR, both of which are based on the 911 GT2 RS, but which one is the real deal?
Well, according to the Porsche press release, both are based around the same 890hp, 915lbft turbocharged 911 GT1.
This makes the Porsche GT3 the real thing, but the car isn’t the only one.
Both the GT3 and the RSR have a similar 890-horsepower and 715-lb ft powerplant, but Porsche says the GT1 has a slightly higher 0-60 time of 3.3 seconds and a much improved handling package that will help it hit corners quicker and achieve more grip.
The 911 GT4 and GT5 have similar performance, but have more horsepower and torque.
In addition, Porsche says that the GT4 is a bit more aggressive, while the GT5 has a more direct, aggressive approach.
The car also has a new engine, an eight-cylinder turbocharged inline four, with a maximum output of about 780hp and 750lb ft of torque.
The RSR has a 730-hp, 685lb ft twin-turbocharged V8, but also has some of the best handling in the sportscar segment.
The new Porsche 911 is scheduled to launch later this year in Europe, and the GT2 will be launched in America next year.