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Here we GO! It's time to learn which Porsche GT cars is best in a drag race!
We've got our hands on the all-new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and it's going up against a GT3, GT4 RS and a GT4! The question is, will it be a tidy sweep for the new GT3 RS? Well, let's take a more detailed look at the statistics.
Beginning with the GT3 RS, it's powered by a 4-litre naturally-aspirated flat-six engine that can deliver 525hp and 465Nm. Power is sent out to the rear wheels by means of a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox, and it weighs in at just 1,450 kg. However while it's relatively short on weight, it includes a hefty price tag, with costs beginning with ₤ 192,000, and increasing to upwards of ₤ 235,000!
Along with it, we have the GT3. Naturally, it includes the very same 4-litre naturally-aspirated flat-six, which in this instance puts down 510hp and 470Nm. This is sent to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch, and to select one up now it will cost around ₤ 146,000.
Then we get to the Caymans. They're both powered by 4-litre naturally-aspirated flat-sixes, with the GT4 RS putting down 500hp and 450Nm, while the GT4 provides 420hp and 430Nm. The GT4 RS is the lightest car here, at 1,415 kg, while the GT4 matches the GT3 RS at 1,450 kg.
It's easily one of the best-looking drag races we've ever run, but will these track-focused legends make for an interesting race in a straight line? There's only one method to discover … LET'S RACE!
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