Good news for the 911 fans out there, 2015 911 GT3 RS will soon hit the road. Porsche has been constantly experimenting with the 911 and the 2015 Porsche 911 GT3 RS was spotted testing in the snow. Let’s go back to some history now; the Stuttgart based manufacturer started producing its range of light weight and high performance vehicles by bringing the 996 GT3, 993 Carrera RS and 997 GT3 RS 4.0. The 997 GT3 had created a buzz by getting a tag line as one of the rarest Porsche. Only 600 units were ever manufactured. Owing to its massive 493 horsepower 4 litre engine it would still beat the current seventh generation 911 (991 GT3).
Porsche 911 is said to one of the most successful competition cars and has many accolades under its belt like winner of the Le Mans in 1979. The production began in 1963 and in a span of 50 years (1963-2013) 820,000 units had been sold. Being the oldest sports car and a never ending demand for every version of the car, the German automaker is keen on experimenting with the car and bringing a better model.
Bouncing back to 2014, the new version of the 911 was spotted with almost no camouflage while it was ploughing the snow. The specs about the mill that would be used to power the 2015 911 are still kept in the shadow. However, there is a subtle corroboration that the same mill used with the 997 GT3 RS will do the job. 911 fans will not have to wait for long as this beast will be unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor show.