LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 2016 Porsche 911 GT3RS
The introduction of the GT3 model in 1999 was an instant success with heritage linked back to the 1973 911 RS. The Porsche 911 GT3 was the perfect car for the track enthusiast that wanted to drive his race car to the track. It helped bridge the gap between street car and race car allowing the average enthusiast to be able to experience race car lap times with street car drivability. The first GT3RS came out in 2003 as a more powerful and hardcore track model of the 996 model GT3. The base GT3 was powered by a 3.6-liter flat-six rated at 381 horsepower, while the RS model received a power bump to 415 horsepower. From its introduction to now, the Porsche 911 GT3RS has always been the hardcore model motorsport fans want to own. With the introduction of the 991-generation GT3 in 2013, it was only a matter of time before the released the ultimate Porsche track weapon, the GT3RS.
In the same fashion as its predecessors, the 2016 911 GT3 RS arrives with a bump in power over the standard GT3 packing 500 horsepower and 338 lb-ft of torque from a naturally aspirated 4.0 flat six that screams all the way up to its 8800rpm redline. Backed by one of the fastest shifting transmissions on the market, the seven-speed PDK allows the GT3RS to set record lap times. Also, a paddle-neutral feature and a button for limiting pit-lane speed are standard, and the RS also gets a shorter rear axle ratio than the standard 911 GT3, which should provide for faster takeoffs.
Porsche also used the latest composite technology to make the GT3RS as light as possible. The small weight savings from a carbon-fiber trunk lid, hood, wing and spoiler, as well as an ultrathin magnesium roof, results in losing 22 pounds of weight when compared to the standard GT3. Fabric door pulls and no backseat help keep weight low but, as most owners will drive their cars to the track, air conditioning, navigation and a radio are still available. The GT3RS’s aggressive body work isn’t just for looks as the rear wing generates 485 pounds of downforce in addition to the 243 pounds of downforce delivered by the front splitter and vented front fenders, enhancing grip.
Keeping the GT3 RS flat and neutral through the corners is credited to the adjustable front suspension and adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars. Also on hand is an electronically controlled limited-slip differential, and an innovative rear-steering system. At speeds under 50 mph, the rear steers opposite to the front, resulting in a tidier line and more steering angle.
Porsche, whose estimates are generally on the conservative side, claims the 911 GT3 RS’s 0-to-60-mph time at 3.1 seconds and quarter-mile is said to consume 11.2 seconds, and top is achieved when the speedometer reads 193 mph.
This 2016 Porsche 911 GT3RS is highly factory optioned with such features as Porsche Dynamic Lighting System, Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Leather Interior with Alcantara Accents, Lifting System Front Axle, Sport Chrono Package, Navigation, Satin Black Wheels and much more. All these options added up over $40,000 over the base MSRP. This car has been meticulously cared for and has only traveled 700 miles since new.
This 2016 Porsche GT3RS is the ultimate 911 for the track enthusiast who wants the best in race technology. It has all the options needed to set fast lap times and get you to the race track in comfort. Don’t miss the opportunity to add this ultimate GT3RS to your garage!