The normal Porsche 911 992 Carrera is a brilliant machine and when you include the Turbo S model, you get what is deemed a monster that performs beyond any other sports car in that calibre. Here on the pics are some of the exclusive sighting of the next generation GT3 RS which is evidently a track-focused 911, planned to replace the current 991.2 GT3 RS. This test mule spots a massive rear wing, shaped in a distinct manner which can only mean that this will improve downforce drastically.

There is an additional ducktail boot spoiler on the rear, a bulky rear bumper design and traditional centred twin-exhaust pipes with a diffuser. The front has a lot of open vents and that typically means redirecting the air flow to reduce drag. As you look closer at this 911 GT3 RS prototype, you start to notice how similar it looks to the 911 RSR race car and we get the idea that it is still in its early testing stages and as time goes by, the look will be reduced to something decent but don’t get wrong, I still adore the aggressive design of it in these pictures.

It is reported that it will carry on with the 4.0-litre naturally aspirated flat-six and won’t catch a turbo in the engine bay. That means the mighty, exhilarating exhaust noise should remain and it will high-rev and respond smoothly. The power output is not official but we have seen rumours suggesting over 536 hp (400 kW) mated to a 7-speed PDK gearbox.

The grip of the car should be in good order thanks to Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 R semi-slick tyres, and if not, that should on the options list. It is currently doing rounds at the Nurburgring track and we should see it in full detail probably early 2021 if we’re lucky enough.