June 16, 2024
Electric & Hybrid Cars

Porsche GT2 RS prototype spotted at Nurburgring disguised as GT3 RS

Porsche unveiled the 2025 911 GTS this week, introducing a hybrid powertrain while omitting some traditional 911 features like the analog tachometer and manual transmission. However, spy footage from the Nürburgring suggests that an iconic model is making a comeback: the 911 GT2 RS. The previous GT2 RS, powered by a twin-turbo 3.8-liter flat-six engine producing 691 horsepower, set records at various tracks. The new prototype is camouflaged with GT3 RS body panels and emits a distinct turbocharger whine, hinting at its performance potential.

Autocar reported last year that the 2026 911 GT2 will feature a hybrid powertrain, possibly utilizing a single turbo setup combined with an electric motor for added performance. With a target output of over 700 horsepower, the new GT2 RS aims to surpass its predecessor in terms of torque and acceleration.

Following the recent lap record set by the Mercedes-AMG One at the Nürburgring, the title of fastest production car might shift back to Porsche with the upcoming GT2 RS. Anticipate its market launch in 2026.


Q: Will the new 911 GT2 RS have a manual transmission option?

A: It is unlikely, as Porsche has been moving towards automated transmissions in its high-performance models.


The return of the Porsche 911 GT2 RS promises to set new benchmarks for performance and innovation in the sports car segment. With a hybrid powertrain and cutting-edge technology, the upcoming GT2 RS is poised to reclaim its throne as the ultimate track-focused Porsche model.

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