Porsche has revealed its most powerful car in the 911 range - the GT2 RS.
The car, which is set to be launched at the Moscow Motor Show on August 25, is designed on the GT2 model.
Equipped with an advanced twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine, it provides a spectacular 612bhp, making it 90bph more powerful than the GT2.
The new GT2 RS is 70kg lighter than the regular GT2, due to the composite materials used in its manufacture.
The car, which delivers a top speed of 205mph, reaches 0-62mph in 3.5 seconds, 0-124mph in just 9.8 seconds and 0-186mph in 28.9 seconds.
Other RS specifications include standard ceramic brakes and an upgraded Porsche Stability Management System. The set-up provides high quality handling and braking performance.
Porsche is set to manufacture only 500 units of the GT2 RS globally. The supercar is expected to reach the UK dealers in September, with prices starting at £167,107.
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