The parts manufacturer and hardcore Porsche tuner, Champion Motorsports, has recently unveiled the so-called 911 RSR, based on the 997 version.
Even if the new generation of the Porsche 911, dubbed the 991, is already available on markets worldwide, the previous version, the 997, is still one hot ride, and in order to highlight the model once again, the tuners at Champion Motorsports have unveiled a very special “variant”. According to its creators, the Porsche 911 RSR is actually a street-legal Porsche 911 GT3 RSR and the German supercar is based on the 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S.
The Porsche 911 RSR by Champion Motorsports has been practically rebuilt and the vehicle has been fitted with carbon fiber RSR bodywork, two VTG turbochargers, factory RSR floor undertray, a new exhaust system with straight pipes, a new suspension system, RSR sway bar, carbon fiber wheel-well housing, carbon fiber front floor panel, carbon fiber inner fender aprons, and carbon fiber brake cooling ducts. Champion Motorsports is saying that the Porsche 911 RSR is also coming with some chassis upgrades, like the four-way adjustable Ohlins coilovers, for 15,000 USD, and the model is sitting on magnesium wheels, which cost 30,000. If you’re wondering what the final price of the sports car is, take a seat before reading: $399,900.