The first Ultraviolet Porsche 991 GT3 RS in Poland

The first Ultraviolet Porsche 991 GT3 RS in Poland

This car may not be the first 991 GT3 RS delivered in Poland, but it surely has the spec that cries for particular attention. Courtesy of 911Garage, we had an in-depth look at the most Ultraviolet of all nine-elevens.


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In terms of overall sharpness, no other Porsche 991 comes close to the road-legal Rennsport GT3. How is this car even allowed on public roads, anyway? Its naturally aspirated 4-litre boxer revs up to almost 9000 rpm, putting out five hundred horsepower, 460 Nm of torque and plenty of roaring, motorsport-worthy noise. The power is delivered to the rear axle through double-clutch, 7-speed transmission. Semi-automatic Porsche Doppelkupplung is not just effective, it is simply in-your- face quick. The car rockets through the twisty roads at bizarre speeds thanks to that mind-boggling 'box, as well as the chassis which seems to consist of pure magic. The tyres are glue-like and the ceramic brakes feel capable of stopping the world turning. Rennsport's aero package as a whole redefines 'state of the art' while the rear wing itself deserves a well-exposed spot in a modern art gallery.

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991 GT3 RS is as hot as present nine-elevens get. With a driver that's up to it, this wicked machine takes your breath away the moment you are thrown into the first corner, and does not give it back until you crawl out of the bucket seat at the end of the ride.

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I myself happened to flee the Ultraviolet beast at 911Garage HQ's parking area. The place welcomes you with an aquarium-like mega box big enough to house three cars. One quick look around and you will spot a few more Porsches parked here and there. Inside the headquarters? Countless photographs of various 911s hanging on the walls, genuine Porsche 918 Spyder and GT3 RS seats, multiple diecast models placed pretty much everywhere... All that makes you think of a Porsche fanboy temple. And that's exactly what 911Garage is about – a place packed with people sharing the love for the legendary brand and te iconic nine-eleven. A day at their buzzing office was full of both teenage enthusiasts and dedicated customers dropping by for a while or two.

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No matter if you are looking for a new car or want to maintain the current one, 911Garage got you covered. They'll import a ride from anywhere around the globe and put all that legal stuff in order, ensuring that on the collection day your vehicle is completely ready to roll out on the streets. There's a detailing studio for any possible exterior or interior improvements and a proper workshop, if you would ever wish to spice your wheels up. Fancy a trackday in whatever European country? 911Garage can sort that out; transport, accommodation, driving instructors included. They may even assist you while configuring the car of your dreams, so that you will tick all the right options.

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Photography: Paweł Zieliński

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