Porsche South Africa has announced pricing for the new (992-generation) 911 GT3 RS. Arguably the most anticipated sports car of 2022, the German marque’s winged wunder is priced from R4 153 000 locally. This pricing includes the firm’s three-year Driveplan. Opting for the five-year Driveplan lifts the price to R4 203 000. 

new 911 GT3 RS

As standard, the box-fresh 911 GT3 RS ships with the Club Sport package. However, specifying this package with an additional 1 kg fire extinguisher adds R4 630 to the overall price. The Weissach package (without roll cage) is priced at R773 250. The Weissach package with a roll cage is priced at R883 960.

No-cost exterior hues include White, Black, Guards Red, and Racing Yellow. Shark Blue, Arctic Grey, GT Silver Metallic, Ice Grey Metallic, and Python Green are available for an additional R86 740 each. Customers can also option paint-to-sample hues, which will set you back R341 100. 

new 911 GT3 RS

Forged aluminium wheels are standard. However, customers can upgrade to lightweight items for an extra R68 230. The wheels are also available in Satin Black, Satin Darksilver, Indigo Blue, and, seen here, Pyro Red for R13 310 each. 

A ceramic composite braking system is priced at R223 150. A front-axle lifting system is available for R76 040.

Inside, full bucket seats are standard. However, customers can option the (no-cost) 18-way electrically adjustable Adaptive Sports seats Plus. A trio of 3D-printed body form full bucket seat options are available, each with varying hardness (soft, medium, and hard). These pews are priced at R65 040. Seat heating can be had for R11 870. An array of other personalisation options are on offer. 

As a reminder, the new 911 GT3 RS is equipped with a high-revving atmospheric motor of 4.0-litre capacity. The six-cylinder boxer unit produces 386 kW and 465 Nm of torque, available from 8 500 r/min and 6 300 r/min, respectively. The engine revs to a whopping 9 000 r/min. 

Coupled with a revised seven-speed PDK transmission, the new 911 GT3 RS blasts to 100 km/h from a standstill in a claimed 3.2 seconds. The top speed is a claimed 296 km/h.