A fitter, happier, more productive Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Illustration for article titled A fitter, happier, more productive Porsche 911 GT2 RS

It's grating when tuners warp the clean Porsche 911 lines into something an angsty pubescent teen with a Sharpie might dream up on the back of a spiral notebook, but since that's a decent description of the stock 911 GT2 RS I'm not bothered by the GT2-based TechArt GT Street RS. This is the company's second attempt at taking the GT2 RS and making it more TechArtsy with a boost to 720 hp; 20-inch forged centerlock wheels; and even more outrageous design cues like the scrapes-over-manhole-covers lowered front apron and massive carbon fiber wing. All this expensive extra works drops the 0-62 mph time to 3.3 seconds, which is only a slight improvement over the stock car, but when you're buying a modified Porsche 911 GT2 RS it's gotta be mostly an emotional decision... as in the dude who buys this car will be really emotional when the Ponzi scheme he's running fails and the feds impounds his entire fleet of supercars.



The Viagra color scheme is oh so appropriate.