This is the wildest, hardest and lightest of the latest Porsche 911s, the new GT3 RS, which goes on sale in the UK in October for a Turbo-beating £94,280.
Built as a homologation model for the GT3 race car, the RS borrows plenty of its features, such as the built-in roll cage, fire extinguisher, plastic rear window and adjustable carbonfibre rear wing.
Although it uses the same 415bhp 3.6-litre flat six engine as the standard GT3, a lightened flywheel means it revs more freely. Factor in a 20kg lighter overall weight (1375kg) than the GT3, and a special close-ratio six-speed gearbox and the RS shaves a tenth of a second off the GT3’s 0-62mph time, hitting the benchmark in 4.2sec.
Standard colours are silver or black with orange or black wheels, but buyers will also be able to choose this in-yer-face orange or a similarly vibrant green as options. Inside, there are carbonfibre bucket seats, six-point race harnesses and Alcantara trim.