Recognizable by the missing fog-lights in the front bumper, compared to the 911 Turbo, and the huge rear wing as well as a simpler front spoiler-lip, this car is the 997-based Porsche 911 GT2, a car many sources didn’t expect to come at all. The rear wing top on this test mule is similar to those found on previous GT2s and may be exchanged for a newer design, but the lower, vented wing-base looks production-ready. Expect the GT2's horsepower to be at least 520 when it's announced later this year, with the possibility of as much as 550 or more on the table. Top speed should exceed 200 mph (320 km/h), a first for production-line 911s.
Porsche 911 GT2
This car is the 997-based Porsche 911 GT2, a car many sources didn’t expect to come at all
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