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Porsche 911 GT2
June 28, 2013
The 2014 Porsche 911 GT2 has been spotted being tested in Germany at the Nurgurgring circuit. The car was spied more or less undisguised while the testing was being taken place, ahead of it's expected official debut at the Geneva motor show next year. The model is based loosely on the 911 Turbo S model, which only had it's official unveiling this year in May. Porsche wasted absolutely no time getting started on the hardened road racer version, which is likely to be more powerful and be rear wheel drive only, like all GT2s. 

There are clear similarities between the GT2 and GT3 but there is a more aggressive front and rear bumpers, extended wheel arches, wider air intakes and a larger rear spoiler which help to mark out the siblings. 

The GT2 model is apparently going to share the 3.8 litre flat six engine and auto dual clutch gearbox that can be found in the new Porsche 911 Turbo S, though power for the new model is likely to be boosted even greater to around 575 brake horsepower. This means that thee is an expected top speed of around 200 miles per hour and a 3.4 second time for the 0-62 mile per hour sprint. There is also a four wheel steer system to be introduced by Porsche from the new GT3 which will optmise the high speed stability and the handling of the car. 

There are rumours of an RS version of the GT2 also and given the intimidating figures of performance from the previous GT2 RS, there is an expected top speed of over 205 miles per hour and power should be around 620 brake horsepower. Though this model is not likely to be appearing until at least 2015 at the very earliest. 

With starting prices of the Turbo S model at £140,000, the GT2 model is likely to match supercar rivals such as the Mclaren 12C and the Ferrari 458 when it goes on sale in 2014.

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