By now, we hope you’ve read and thoroughly enjoyed our man Robb Holland’s take on the beastly 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS. It’s a great car, and I myself am buying five. But what’s even better is the photography that accompanied this press launch—photography so good I had to share it with you all.

It’s common for automakers to supply journalists with photos of the cars tested during launches. (After all, how are many of us supposed to take photos? We’re busy driving the cars! Duh.) And most of those pics are usually somewhere between “serviceable” and “good.”

But Reviews Editor Andrew Collins and I noticed that Porsche really upped its game for the GT3 launch, including some really breathtaking photos of a very visually dramatic machine. As such, I’m throwing them all on Kinja for you to peruse at your leisure.

As a bonus, because I like you (most of you, anyway) I threw in an additional gallery from the first GT3 RS, the one from the 996 generation. Enjoy some old-school fun with those.

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