The body kit includes a front spoiler, a vented hood and fenders, new bumpers, side skirts, diffuser and rear wing. In order to boost output, the tuner fitted new manifolds from GMG Racing, an exhaust with custom tips by TechArt, Cargraphic catalysts, IPD plenum and Y-pipes, an Agency Power intake and AWE Tuning intercoolers. The eagle-eyed among you will notice something rather misleading in the cabin, however. For some reason, the Warsaw-based aftermarket firm decided to adorn the interior of the 911 with RUF floor mats and pedals, as well as a custom steering wheel that sports a center marker at 12 o’clock.
The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the current talk of Stuttgart, and while we wait for that 700-hp brute to arrive, buyers will have to remain creative with upgrades if they want to eke out the same anticipated performance from their butt-engined sports cars.