The new 911 GT2 RS is simply the most powerful 911 ever built by Porsche – with the performance… LEARN MORE »
The new 911 GT2 RS is simply the most powerful 911 ever built by Porsche – with the performance level of a super sports car.
Its design combines the aerodynamic requirements of optimum downforce and maximum air supply. Its consistent lightweight construction makes it a pure athlete. Its racing chassis with excellent cornering stability gives the new 911 GT2 RS those crucial additional seconds. And its 3.8-liter, six-cylinder, twin turbo engine, producing 515 kW (700 hp), lends it sufficient authority to lead the field.
The design of the new 911 GT2 RS must therefore reconcile diametrically opposed requirements: top… LEARN MORE »
The design of the new 911 GT2 RS must therefore reconcile diametrically opposed requirements: top speed (maximum drag coefficient) on the one hand and race-optimized aerodynamics (maximum downforce) on the other. No easy task? Our engineers love reaching new heights, especially when things get tricky.
From words to actions: the powerful air intakes of the aerodynamically-shaped front apron ensure optimum cooling. The additional air outlet at the front of the hood assists the airflow of the central radiator, while providing aerodynamic downforce on the front axle by deflecting the airflow. But it’s the wide, rear spoiler lip that makes the biggest contribution to downforce. All air vents are protected by titanium-colored air intake grills.
Motorsport technology is also present in the front wheel arch ventilation on the fenders, where carbon slats provide efficient ventilation. This reduces the excess pressure produced by the rotating wheels and thus the downforce. This so-called louvre – coincidentally? – resembles the gills of a shark.
A highly functional detail: two vents on the front lid. These so-called NACA air intakes are already used for the interior ventilation of the 911 GT3 Cup cars. On the 911 GT2 RS, it’s the first time they have been used to ventilate the braking system of a series-production Porsche, without reducing the drag coefficient. Their shape was developed by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), the predecessor of NASA.
Distinguishing features for ultimate performance: the extremely large side air intakes for the intercooling of the new 911 GT2 RS. The sideskirts are also wider than those of the previous model, resulting in a larger underbody area and therefore increased downforce.
The new 911 GT2 RS is based on the extra-wide body of the 911 Turbo. Its full contours are instantly noticeable at the rear, where the low-profile, tinted LED rear lights underline its appeal.
The fixed rear wing in carbon-weave finish makes its own contribution to the overall impression of sporty performance. The wing uprights are produced from forged aluminium; the new side plates painted in the exterior color. A horizontal exclamation mark, if you will.
The two ram-air scoops on the trunk – the ram-air collectors – are also made of carbon and supply the engine with combustion air. The rear panels with large exhaust apertures are specific to the 911 GT2 RS. At the rear of the underbody, four fins increase the aerodynamic effect of the diffuser.
Perhaps the most striking detail of the new rear panels are the tailpipe trims of the free-flow exhaust system, which produces the characteristically throaty sound of the 911 GT2 RS. Technically functional and visually impressive: the catalytic converters, which light up red at high engine speeds and loads, and are visible through the open flaps – to anyone who manages to keep up with them at least.
In summary: ideal aerodynamics for the racetrack and a good drag coefficient for long straights. Harmonized in a plain-speaking design. How does the saying go? You will be judged by your actions, not by your words.
For the performance of a highly powerful sports car such as the 911 GT2 RS, weight is just as… LEARN MORE »
For the performance of a highly powerful sports car such as the 911 GT2 RS, weight is just as essential as the drivetrain. We have therefore weighed every component and permanently sought the lightest functional materials.
The evidence: consistent lightweight construction down to the last detail. For a power-to-weight ratio of just 2.85 kg/kW (4.63 lb/hp) – allowing outstanding performance. Argumentation: see below.
The hood, front fender, wheel arch vents, upper part of the SportDesign exterior mirrors, air intakes in the rear side panels and parts of the rear are produced from carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), as are many of the interior components.
The hood is also made from carbon fiber and contoured in the middle, as is the magnesium roof. This crease is not only a visual distinguishing feature of these lightweight components, but also increases their rigidity. Intelligent, lightweight construction using an aluminium–steel composite reduces the vehicle weight.
Another weight reduction that increases performance: lightweight polyurethane with hollow, glass microspheres and carbon fiber elements. This light yet extremely strong high-tech material has been used in the front and rear panels.
Porsche has used lightweight glass for the first time – for the rear and rear side windows.
Inside, the new 911 GT2 RS also features lightweight door trims and door pulls.
For additional weight reduction, you could also part with the sound system or automatic climate control.
The new 911 GT2 RS is a high-performance beast, which takes its driver’s breath away. And yet our… LEARN MORE »
The new 911 GT2 RS is a high-performance beast, which takes its driver’s breath away. And yet our developers have further increased the intensity, sheer presence and uniqueness of this exceptional athlete with the optional Weissach package.
The name alone creates a bond. Because ever since the Weissach package was first offered in a similar form for the Porsche 918 Spyder, it has stood for extremely lightweight construction. And for maximum proximity to motorsport.
Visual appearance and lightweight construction form a real synthesis, with the particular focus on saving weight. For the first time in a series-produced car, the stabilizers on the front and rear axles are made of carbon, as are their coupling rods – for outstanding performance.
A visual distinguishing feature of the Weissach package is the central decorative strip in vehicle color on the carbon-weave finished hood and roof. It certainly lends the 911 GT2 RS its distinctive appearance. A highly visible, unyielding feature is the ‘PORSCHE’ logo on the rear wing.
From lightweight plastic to lightweight metal. The magnesium wheels painted in white gold make the new 911 GT2 RS fitted with the Weissach package approximately 40 lbs lighter – and also enhance its visual appearance. A double victory, so to speak.
The interior is also lightweight: The ultra-light shift paddles and steering wheel trim are made with a carbon-weave finish.
Isn’t it impossible to use lightweight materials in every detail? No. In their search for further weight savings, our vehicle developers have even made the floor carpet trim lighter. Because every ounce counts.
Anyone can be unyielding. But whether they also make an impact depends on one crucial feature… LEARN MORE »
Anyone can be unyielding. But whether they also make an impact depends on one crucial feature: charisma. The ability to lead and be ahead. The performance data of the new 911 GT2 RS show that many will follow in its wake – presumably because they cannot overtake it.
The source of its natural authority: the six-cylinder, twin-turbo boxer engine at the rear, four-valve technology, variable turbine geometry (VTG) with large turbochargers and newly designed charged air system, direct fuel injection (DFI) and VarioCam Plus. And transmission directly above the rear axle.
With a displacement of 3,800 cm³, the engine produces an impressive 515 kW (700 hp) at an rpm of 7,000. Maximum rpm is 7,200, and the maximum torque of 553 lb/ft is available from just 2,500 rpm. Sustainably unyielding – with sustainable performance.
A quick look at the speedometer. It goes up to TBA mph. A figure that will bring tears of joy to the eyes of every sports car fan. And also sets the tone for the top track speed: 211 mph Vmax. How does the new 911 GT2 RS achieve this? Quickly, of course. It ticks the acceleration from 0 to 60 mph box after just 2,7 seconds. It reaches the 124 mph mark after only 8.3 seconds. And after 22.1 seconds the 186 mph mark is water under the bridge.
The variable turbine geometry of the twin water-cooled turbochargers arranged in parallel directs the incoming exhaust gas towards the turbine wheel via electronically controlled, moveable vanes in such a way that the ratios of both a ‘small’ and ‘large’ turbocharger can be achieved. VTG therefore largely eliminates the target conflict of a normal turbocharger – and enables optimum aspect ratios to be achieved in every operational state.
At low revs, this results in a high turbine speed and thus a high charge pressure – for increased engine filling efficiency, greater torque and considerably improved performance. The torque curve reaches a higher level much earlier – and then maintains it. At high revs on the other hand, the full potential of a large charger can be utilised by adjusting the vanes – a lower exhaust back pressure for maximum performance. Thanks to the variable turbine geometry, the dynamic build-up of charge pressure produces an improved response.
VarioCam Plus is a 2-in-1 engine concept for adjusting the intake camshafts and switching the lift of the intake valves.
The system differentiates between normal everyday and maximum performance requirements and adapts to the respective conditions. The switching is undertaken imperceptibly by the electronic engine management system. The result: spontaneous acceleration, extremely smooth running and exceptional pulling power.
Compared to conventional intake manifolds, the expansion intake manifold of the new 911 GT2 RS has a modified geometry: the distributor pipe is longer, with a smaller diameter and the intake pipes are shorter, meaning that the air vibrates differently. Consequently, the mixture in the combustion chamber is cooler – and ignites in a performance-optimised way. Intercoolers additionally enhance this effect.
Instead of more air as in a traditional resonance intake manifold, cooler air therefore ensures improved performance. The result: improved engine efficiency for increased engine performance. And better fuel consumption even under heavy loads at at high revs.
To complement the expansion intake manifold, two large intercoolers at the rear of the vehicle supply the engine with cooled charging air. Under extreme conditions, the newly developed spray system sprays atomised water on the intercooler networks, allowing a thermostable charging air feed.
Maximum output is therefore maintained for longer, even at high exterior temperatures. The tank holds 5 litres of water and is easily accessible in the luggage compartment. A display on the on-board computer shows you when it needs refilling.
A 7-speed power demonstration: PDK, trimmed for maximum performance for the new 911 GT2 RS. With… LEARN MORE »
A 7-speed power demonstration: PDK, trimmed for maximum performance for the new 911 GT2 RS. With purposely short ratios and short, succinct gearshifts via the shift paddles. Seventh gear is also ratioed for sport and designed for maximum speed. The manual mode on the gear selector works as it does in our race cars: backwards to shift up, forwards to shift down.
Regarding the PDK technology: it consists of two half gearboxes mounted in a common housing. Two half gearboxes require two clutches. This double-clutch arrangement alternately connects these two half gearboxes to the engine via two separate drive shafts, depending on the current gear. When changing gear, one clutch engages and the other simultaneously disengages, allowing gear changes to take place in milliseconds, with no interruption in the flow of power.
Which has positive consequences – of course: for acceleration, overall performance and fuel consumption. The driving feel is more dynamic, the agility improved.
And the gear change itself? You can both hear and feel it. The electronic, GT-specific transmission control ensures faster, more spontaneous traction upshifts – and extremely dynamic downshift thrusts in combination with sporty, interim applications of the throttle. In PDK SPORT mode, downshifts are more aggressive when braking; when accelerating, the switching points relocate at higher revs. So you can really feel the upshifts – both physically and emotionally, of course.
Anyone who shies away from confrontation should stay at home. Anyone who doesn’t tolerate a tough… LEARN MORE »
Anyone who shies away from confrontation should stay at home. Anyone who doesn’t tolerate a tough approach should drive a different car. However, anyone who not only likes to get up close and personal with the tarmac, but also with their endorphins, is in exactly the right place. Because the tuning and control systems of the 911 GT2 RS will bring you closer than you could ever imagine to Fascination Sports Car.
The chassis is designed to meet the high requirements at the limits of dynamic driving performance. In combination with specially-tuned chassis elements, the new 911 GT2 RS offers exceptional agility, maximum safety at high speeds and extremely stable roadholding.
The front axle uses a McPherson strut suspension with helper springs and wheels independently suspended on the trailing arms and wishbones. At the rear is a multi-link axle with helper springs and subframe, based on the LSA concept (lightweight, stable, agile).
The height, camber and track can be individually adjusted for use on the racetrack, as can the stabilizers. For the first time in a Porsche road-going vehicle, all the chassis joints have been replaced by ball joints in the new 911 GT2 RS, ensuring an extremely rigid connection between the chassis and the body. For accurate, sharp and direct roadholding. And for total emotional contact.
An optional lift system on the front axle lifts the front of the vehicle by TBA in – up to a speed of approximately TBA mph – thereby reducing the risk of hitting curbs, ramps or garage entrances.
Fitted as standard, rear-axle steering combines performance and everyday driveability. An… LEARN MORE »
Fitted as standard, the rear-axle steering with sports tuning combines performance and everyday driveability. An electromechanical adjustment system at each rear wheel enables the steering angle to be adapted based on the current driving situation, steering input and vehicle speed.
The benefit at low speed: the system steers the rear wheels in the opposite direction to that of the front wheels. This has the virtual effect of shortening the wheelbase. You can drive around tight bends more dynamically. The turning circle is also reduced to make it easier to park.
The benefit at high speed: the system steers the rear wheels in the same direction as that of the front wheels. The virtual effect of lengthening the wheelbase increases driving stability and thus agility, especially during rapid lane changes or overtaking manoeuvers on the racetrack.
This electronically controlled system minimizes the perceptible oscillations and vibrations of the… LEARN MORE »
This electronically controlled system minimizes the perceptible oscillations and vibrations of the entire drivetrain, particularly of the engine, and combines the benefits of a hard or soft transmission mounting arrangement.
A hard transmission mounting arrangement is best for driving dynamics, as it results in highly accurate roadholding. A soft transmission mounting arrangement, on the other hand, minimizes oscillations and vibrations, thereby improving comfort on uneven road surfaces, but at the expense of driving dynamics.
Our engineers have therefore adapted the rigidity and damping of the engine mounts to driving style and road conditions. This is achieved using a fluid with magnetic properties and an electromagnetic field.
During load changes and in rapid bends, roadholding is noticeably more stable, thanks to a harder transmission mounting arrangement. The dynamic engine mounts also reduce the vertical oscillations of the engine when accelerating or at full load.
The result: a higher, more consistent driving force on the rear axle, increased traction and improved acceleration. And with a moderate driving style, comfort is improved, thanks to the softer adjustment of the dynamic engine mounts.
This electronic damping control system actively and continuously adjusts the damping force on each… LEARN MORE »
This electronic damping control system actively and continuously adjusts the damping force on each wheel – based on current road conditions and driving style.
You can switch between two sporty programs at the touch of a button. Normal mode is designed for sporty driving on public roads and wet race circuits. Sport mode is specially designed for maximum lateral acceleration and optimum traction on the racetrack.
PSM maintains stability even at the limits of dynamic driving performance. In addition to the anti-… LEARN MORE »
PSM maintains stability even at the limits of dynamic driving performance. In addition to the anti-lock braking system, PSM also includes Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Traction Control (TC).
Sensors continuously monitor the direction, speed, yaw velocity and lateral acceleration of the car. Using this information, PSM is able to calculate the actual direction of travel at any given moment and initiates strategic braking of individual wheels to prevent you from deviating from your intended line.
What’s so special about PSM on the new 911 GT2 RS: the regular systems interventions are highly sensitive and accurate – and can be switched off completely in two stages. For targeted, sporty handling.
PTV Plus is specially designed for the new 911 GT2 RS and operates in conjunction with an electronic… LEARN MORE »
PTV Plus is specially designed for the new 911 GT2 RS and operates in conjunction with an electronically controlled, fully-variable rear differential lock.
To actively control the differential lock, a number of driving parameters are considered. The result: increased traction, especially at the limits of dynamic driving performance, better transverse dynamics and significantly improved driving stability during load changes, in bends and when switching lanes. The system also selectively applies brake pressure to the right and/or left rear wheel. So brake pressure is applied to the inside rear wheel as soon as the steering kicks in. A greater amount of drive force is distributed to the outside rear wheel, thereby pulling the car into the bend, as it were. Steering is therefore improved and agility increased.
20-inch wheels on the front axle, 21-inch on the rear axle. In words: big, wide wheels, large tire… LEARN MORE »
20-inch wheels on the front axle, 21-inch on the rear axle. In words: big, wide wheels, large tire contact area, great driving dynamics. In numbers: front 265/35 ZR 20 tires on 9.5 J x 20 wheels, rear 325/30 ZR 21 tires on 12.5 J x 21 wheels.
The new, light-alloy wheels of the 911 GT2 RS are painted in White Gold Metallic (high-gloss) and characterized by visible, recessed ‘GT2 RS’ logos on the rim. At this performance level, the central locking system goes without saying. The central wheel bolts are black and feature the distinctive ‘RS’ logo.
The standard Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) not only warns in the event of a gradual or even sudden loss of pressure, but also has a sport mode that takes account of the lower pressure of cold tires at the beginning of a race.
Motorsport technology as standard: Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB). It has withstood the… LEARN MORE »
Motorsport technology as standard: Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB). It has withstood the most stringent demands of many a race series, in the cars of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, for example.
The size of the ceramic brake discs takes account of the performance potential of the new 911 GT2 RS. The cross-drilled ceramic brake discs have a correspondingly large diameter of TBA in at the front axle and TBA in at the rear – for even more formidable braking performance.
The use of yellow, six-piston aluminium monobloc fixed calipers on the front axle and four-piston aluminium monobloc fixed calipers on the rear axle ensures braking forces that are extremely powerful and above all exceptionally consistent.
PCCB enables shorter braking distances, particularly in tough road and race conditions. Safety when braking at high speed is also improved, thanks to its excellent fading stability.
The crucial advantage of PCCB is the extremely low weight of the ceramic brake discs, which are approximately 50% lighter than standard discs of a similar design and size. A factor that not only has a positive impact on driving performance and fuel consumption, but above all reduces the unsprung rotating masses.
This results in better roadholding and increased comfort, particularly on uneven roads, as well as greater agility and a further improvement in handling.
Our wealth of experience goes back a long way. Since the very beginning, Porsche has been dedicated… LEARN MORE »
Our wealth of experience goes back a long way. Since the very beginning, Porsche has been dedicated to giving customers the opportunity to personalize their vehicle as part of our special request service. Known until 1986 as the Porsche ‘Sonderwunschprogramm’, today we call it Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur. The philosophy has remained the same. Hand on heart.
We love what we do. We love our work. Every seam, every square inch of leather, and every single other fine detail receives the same devotion. It’s how we bring dreams to life. And how we create something unique. Directly from the Manufaktur.
None of this would be possible without originality, inspiration and enthusiasm, beginning as early as the consultation stage. That’s because we keep in mind one thing above all else: your particular wishes and requirements. We fulfil them with composure and meticulous care, by means of precise handcrafting and the use of exquisite materials such as leather, Alcantara®, carbon and aluminium.
Added value is achieved with dedication and finesse. In other words, we handcraft a product that blends sporty performance, comfort and style and reflects your own personal taste. A Porsche with your signature touch.
We offer a wide range of personalization options, with visual and technical enhancements for the interior and exterior, from a single alteration to extensive modifications.
Every second counts. That’s why Porsche Design has built a watch whose design, for the first time… LEARN MORE »
Every second counts. That’s why Porsche Design has built a watch whose design, for the first time, is just as consistent with maximum performance as that of the 911 GT2 RS: the 911 GT2 RS Timepiece.
Jointly developed by Porsche Design and Porsche Motorsport, this timepiece is exclusively available to drivers of the 911 GT2 RS. The aim: maximum performance, even for your wrist! With the new Porsche Design Exclusive Manufaktur caliber 01.200 movement and flyback function, load and weight-optimized movement bridgework and a COSC accuracy certificate.
The casing is made of titanium, just like the roll cage in the Weissach package. The individual chassis number is engraved on the back of the casing. The winding rotor is a direct replica of the magnesium wheel in the Weissach package, and painted in the original color. The dial is made of genuine carbon with a GT Silver Metallic stripe. Its design and color are identical to those of the instrument cluster and rev counter of the 911 GT2 RS. The markings on the dial show what’s at stake: maximum performance. So it’s only logical that the top speed of TBA mph is highlighted.
Each 911 GT2 RS Timepiece is fitted with a leather strap in black or red Alcantara® (available in sizes M and L) that can be easily swapped, thanks to a quick-change system. And of course, both are made from the same materials used in the interior of the 911 GT2 RS.
Your individual timepiece can be ordered exclusively from a Porsche Center, along with your car. Please visit www.porsche-design.com/timepieces for more information.
Those who make clear statements also expect clarity. They always want to – and must – be in charge… LEARN MORE »
Those who make clear statements also expect clarity. They always want to – and must – be in charge. This is especially true of the driver, which means having information available within seconds, precise ergonomics and high-quality purity when it comes to materials. Everything then, except questions.
The unique language of Porsche: the five round instruments integrated into the cockpit with the rev counter in the middle. The dial is titanium colored, the needles and increment markings are yellow. A sporty pointer, as it were.
In manual PDK mode, the digital gear and upshift indicators support an efficient, sporty driving style. And a multifunction display shows your progress, indicating boost pressure and engine power applied, as well as longitudinal and transverse acceleration (g-force).
The instrument cluster with a 4.6-inch color display constantly supplies you with data from the on-board computer. You can also access the Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) data, as well as the stopwatch of the optional Chrono Package. It also provides information about communication and audio settings and displays the navigation system map.
The materials represent a clear, sporty design and maximum quality. They are dominated by red Alcantara®, black leather and the carbon-weave finish of many of the interior components.
Alcantara® is easy to grip and maintain and also washable. For this reason, it’s mainly used in places where there is direct contact: on the steering wheel rim and gear stick as well as on the door handles, door armrests and lid of the center console storage compartment. The roof lining and A, B and C-pillar trims are also finished in Alcantara®.
Carbon-weave finish is used on the dashboard trim strip, center console trim and door sill guards featuring the ‘GT2 RS’ logo, for example.
A black leather interior with black Alcantara® is available as an option.
Motorsport-inspired gear changes – the GT2 RS Sports steering wheel with gearshift paddles enables… LEARN MORE »
Motorsport-inspired gear changes – the GT2 RS Sports steering wheel with gearshift paddles enables fast, sporty gear changes, thereby making them even more direct and precise.
The Sports steering wheel can be axially and vertically adjusted by up to TBA in. The steering wheel rim is made of black and red Alcantara®, is easy to grip, feels comfortable even during sporty driving and features a trendsetting top center marking in yellow.
The standard equipment includes full bucket seats made entirely of carbon-fiber reinforced plastic… LEARN MORE »
The standard equipment includes full bucket seats made entirely of carbon-fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP). As well as their sporty appearance and excellent lateral support, they are also height-adjustable, meaning that the full bucket seat can be lowered by up to 1.2 in. or raised by up to 0.8 in. The height adjustment is electric, and the fore/aft adjustment manual. The seats are upholstered in black leather with seat centers in red Alcantara® as standard. The headrests feature an embroidered ‘GT2 RS’ logo in red.
A combination of sport and comfort, everyday and racetrack driving: the optionally available adaptive Sports seats Plus, with leather side bolsters, seat centers in red Alcantara® and headrests featuring an embroidered ‘GT2 RS’ logo in red. With 18-way electric adjustment, these seats are ideally suited to your needs with regard to height, seat and backrest angle, fore/aft adjustment and four-way lumbar support. The side bolsters of the seat and backrest are also individually adjustable. For tailored lateral support when cornering and improved comfort on long journeys.
Producing outstanding performance is one thing. Taking advantage of it is quite another. On the race… LEARN MORE »
Producing outstanding performance is one thing. Taking advantage of it is quite another. On the racetrack – and when making sporting comparisons. This app therefore creates the right basis for anyone wanting to improve their personal performance and aim for new PBs.
The ‘Porsche Track Precision app’ allows you to record, display and analyze detailed driving stats using your smartphone. Lap times can be clocked automatically via a precise 10-Hz PCM GPS signal, or manually via the control lever of the optional Chrono Package, or even more accurately using the lap trigger optionally available from Porsche Tequipment, and then compared using your smartphone.
When racing, the app visualizes the driving dynamics on your smartphone and also displays any deviations from a defined reference lap, along with sector and lap times. Graphical and video analyses of driving stats help the driver further improve their performance. You can also instantly manage and share records, routes and driver profiles using your smartphone.
The lap trigger optionally available from Porsche Tequipment allows the even more accurate measurement of lap times, just like in motorsport. It can be positioned either at the start/finish line or along the track, and automatically clocks and transmits lap times. Go to www.porsche.com/tequipment to find more information about the lap trigger option.
In addition to the analog and digital stopwatch on the dashboard, the optional Chrono Package also offers the following functionality: upgraded PCM to include a performance display, enabling you to view, store and evaluate measured lap times. The driver can therefore obtain information about the timing and driven route of the current lap, as well as the previous laps and times achieved. The fastest lap and remaining range are also displayed. It is possible to both log itineraries and define reference routes.
* The app can only be used on private land. The use of this product (especially video recording) may be legally prohibited in certain markets or at certain events. Before using the product, please always check whether the local legal requirements permit its use.
Sound Package Plus delivers excellent sound, with eight loudspeakers and a total output of 150 watts… LEARN MORE »
Sound Package Plus delivers excellent sound, with eight loudspeakers and a total output of 150 watts. The amplifier integrated into PCM optimally adapts the acoustic pattern in the vehicle interior to the driver and front passenger.
The optional BOSE® Surround Sound System has been specially developed for the 911 models and is optimally tuned to the vehicles’ specific internal acoustics. The audio system has 12 loudspeakers and amplifier channels, including a robust, patented 100-watt subwoofer. The fully active system design allows each individual loudspeaker to be optimally adjusted to the vehicle interior, transforming the 911 GT2 RS into a concert hall in the blink of an eye. Total output: 555 watts.