Porsche has leaked more information on the new, limited edition Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0, including some cool new images. According to a previously leaked tech sheet, the RS 4.0 features a 4.0-litre flat-six engine producing 368kW of power.
Although the limited edition model is still yet to be officially confirmed, these images prove the car does exist and that it is very likely to hit the market some time in the near future.
Showcasing a range of discreet styling tweaks, such as a new three-tone colour scheme, a new front bumper bar incorporating corner dive plates and a revised lower section.
As previously reported, the model is expected to be released on a limited production run of just 500 units.
The interior of the new model looks as though it will be kitted out in much the same decor as the GT3 RS, specified with the roll cage system.
More details are expected to be revealed in the next couple of weeks. We'll keep you updated.
UPDATE: It's official, Porsche has finally revealed the model does exist and that it will carry much of the same details as previously reported. Only 600 units will be made, all of which will be available to German and UK buyers.
Engine details remain as suspected, with the new car using a new 4.0-litre flat six developing 368kW of power and 460Nm of torque. It'll weigh 1360kg which will help it sprint from 0-100km/h in 3.9 seconds. Porsche also says the new model can lap the Nurburgring in 7:27 minutes.
Sales will commence in July. Take a look at the recently released video below for more details.