2014 Porsche 911 RSR

The 2014 Porsche 911 RSR is an improved version of the 2013 model which made its debut at Le Mans where it had a rather respectable second place finish. Not bad huh?

The 2014 model is distinguished by its systematic design as well as refined aerodynamics.

The model is based on the 17th generation of the 911, an icon in motor sports.


General Info
Vehicle Type: GT Race Car Base Price: NA
Fuel Tank Capacity: 23.8 gals (90 L)* Miles Per Gallon: 15 city / 32 hwy*
Length: 178.9 in. (454.5 cm) Wheel Base: 96.7 in. (245.7 cm)
Height: 50 in. (126.9 cm) Width: 72.9 in. (185.2 cm)
Curb Weight: 2745 lbs (1245 kg) Maximum Seating: 2 people
Engine: Flat 6 DOHC Displacement: 3996 cc
Horsepower: 470 HP Max RPM: 7800 RPM
Torque: 332 lb-ft @6250 rpm Transmission: 6-Speed Seq
0-62 mph: 3.5 seconds* Maximum Speed: 196 mph (315 km/h)*

* 2014 911 GT3 Specs


The 911 RSR comes equipped with a powerful 4.0 liter six-cylinder boxer engine, delivering 470 horsepower.

The main focus of Porsche was to improve the aerodynamics of this vehicle, in the process giving it light weight parts.

Just like its predecessor the new 911 RSR performed exceedingly well. The vehicle has better handling, able to handle turns at low and moderate speeds with better precision. The lower center of gravity better stability.

Exterior & Interior

The new 2014 911 RSR’s front end has been redesigned in order to create a more stable and aerodynamic driving experience. The static front lights have also been shifted to a lower position to improve the driver’s view on corners.

The body has a significant amount of carbon fiber. This is seen in the rear and front wings, the panels, and dashboard.


The vehicle has been given an evenly balanced weight distribution. The production car as well as the concept car’s wheelbase had ten centimeters added to it, which shifted the center of gravity. The automobile features paddle shift gears and a carbon fiber gearbox.

The 2014 Porsche 911 RSR in an improved version of its predecessor, focusing on aerodynamics and its lightweight body. It started the year with a victory and many predict that 2014 is going to be a great year for Porsche.