Porsche Produces Priciest 911 Car Yet

Porsche Produces Priciest 911 Car Yet Porsche just released the 2018 Porsche 911 GTS RS, which is now the fastest and most advanced model yet.

Porsche revealed the latest 2018 Porsche 911 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in England, a car that has plenty of technological advancements and plenty of power.

This car has a lot of features worth mentioning, including an extremely powerful engine. Porsche fans went crazy for the latest 911, and they were sold out of the cars before the model was even announced or officially released.

The car has a 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine which produces about 700 horsepower, making it the most powerful 911 car yet. The car has bigger turbos, revised cooling/intercoolers, and a titanium exhaust system. It also has a water-injection system which mists the hot exhaust stream when it enters the turbos.

The exterior is relatively similar to the previous 911, and is made from plenty of carbon reinforced plastic, from the outer shells to the front fenders. The brakes on the vehicle are the standard Porsche ceramic composite brakes. The interior is made up of mostly of leather and carbon fiber as well.

The car does come equipped with the latest technology, including the Porsche Communication Management system. It also has Porsche Connect Plus and Porsche Track Precision. Porsche Track Precision is a mobile app that drivers can use in order to record and analyze their driving data through their phone. For extremely dedicated buyers, a wristwatch was also developed by Porsche which can also help you manage your vehicle.

The car, as of now, has no production limit, but they are starting at $294,250 if they are not fully-loaded. With another $31,000 you can get magnesium wheels and more carbon fiber features, and the price only goes up from there.

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