2018 Porsche GT2 Rumors and Review – Already confirmed by 911 main engineer Andreas Preuninger, the new GT2 is likely to be the last member of the 991-series 911 family. Porsche already has prototypes for the next-generation car testing on public highways.
2018 Porsche GT2 Redesign
Predicated on the second-generation 911 framework and gaining hardware from the GT3 RS, the rear-wheel drive GT2 RS will get rear-axle steering with Porsche Torque Vectoring, as well as a fully variable locking rear differential.
The bonnet intakes on the photographed test car look definitely not production-ready, however they do suggest you will see vents here, and the same can be said for the winglets on the nose area – they are simply improbable to make creation, but suggest the final car’s bumper will generate additional downforce.
2018 Porsche GT2 Engine
The previous technology of the GT2 used a twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter smooth six that was in essence a 911 Turbo engine that was modified to provide 612 horsepower, more than the existing Turbo S. The upcoming 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 will very likely go on the same road and just as before, it should offer most of its ability in a rear end wheel drive bundle. The engine is going to be the same 3.8-liter such as the regular Turbo, but it’ll be upgraded in order to provide north of 620 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque.
2018 Porsche GT2 Price and Release Date
A debut at the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Velocity this June is rumored. The car should get to showrooms later in the year, as a 2018 model. Around once, we ought to also be cared for with the launch of an kept up to date GT3 RS.
Expect the standard (if we can call it that) Porsche 911 GT2 to bow later this year. As for prices, the GT2 will obviously command a significant premium over these 911 Turbo S available in its domestic market Germany from EUR 205,133 while in USA it begins from $190,700.