The new Porsche 911 Speedster 911 R will essentially be without the roof, and will be the first model with an open roof to construct the GT engine of the German manufacturer, said Porsche’s GT steering committee chief Andreas Preuninger.
We all know that the serial version of the 911 Speedster model is very close to the premier, despite the fact that the company’s representatives refuse to confirm it.
We’ve had the opportunity to see numerous spy photos of this model, but the fact that Speedster will evolve into a true racing car inspired motosport is definitely interesting.
Unlike the previous Speedster models, this will be based on the GT3 model chassis and will even have the same feel. The concept of this model, which appeared at the “Goodwood” speed festival, features a manual gearbox from the GT3 Touring model, which is linked to an atmospheric, six-cylinder boxer aggregate of a four-liter workload (the same aggregate is in the 911 R).
Preuninger said he wanted the 911 Speedster to become a more agile car that at the same time poses a priority to Porsche‘s earlier sports cars. He wanted to wake up with the ghost of old racing cars, and if we would appreciate the sound of this model, we would have said that he had succeeded in his intention.
Another elegant detail from this model is the last part of the body that now fits in with its remnant. Earlier Speedster models looked like they had a coat of arms when viewed from certain angles.
Preuninger has discovered more details about the new Porsche model, and you can see everything in the video below.