This year, the Motor Gathering will once again feature a few rare vehicles that don’t normally make an appearance other than at shows like these. One vehicle in particular will be the 2007 GT3 RS and the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.


Aimed at the driver who wants a 911 with uncompromised driving dynamics the GT3 RS is at home on road but excels on the track. The naturally aspirated 3.6 liter flat six produces 415 horsepower with a redline of 8,400 RPM. Engine acoustics included exhaust bypass valves that open under load and create a roar at full throttle that will cause uncontrolled smiling from the occupants. To take advantage of the increase in rev range, the 6-speed transmission has shortened gear ratios, allowing the GT3 RS to reach 160 Km/h in just 8.7 seconds yet still achieve a top speed of 310 Km/h.

Everything about the GT3 RS is aimed at the purist looking for an uncompromised driving experience.
Rare and collectible the GT3 RS is a highly sought after Porsche that can be enjoyed every day.