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Porsche 911 GT3 RS

 

A number of images have been leaked online which seem to show the latest 911 development. The images seem to show a model that is being developed to sit above the current 911 and be released in the next number of months.

 

The new 911 GT3 RS model will be based on the standard GT3 model but as the images show, a number of external design changes have been made. The most notable changes on the GT3 RS model will be the wider track. Both the front and the rear of the models have been slightly stretched compared to that of the standard model.

 

Last year, the Porsche brand announced that they would be making a number of changes that would help turn the brand into one of the luxury car manufacturers rather than being a premium sports car manufacturer.

 

Owners of the Porsche brand, Volkswagen, announced that the Porsche brand and the current crop of SUV models have earned both more sales and more profit which has inspired the Porsche brand to develop more models for the luxury car market.

 

Porsche themselves have inspired the majority of manufacturers to develop models for the SUV as models such as the Cayenne and Panamera models are in demand in markets such as the Chinese car market.

 

The Chinese car market has become one of the main priorities for manufacturers such as Volkswagen, Porsche and Audi amongst other manufacturers. Last year the German mass market manufacturer highlighted the Chinese market as being the key to future success.

 

This year the Volkswagen brand and the Audi brand have put extra emphasis on the Chinese car market. In the first quarter of the year, Audi have announced that they have broken sales records and jumped to the top of the luxury car market ahead of BMW.

 

Porsche themselves have been hugely successful in the Chinese car market and plan on further developing the range of models on offer in the Chinese market.