YouTuber the bonkers-fast 911 GT2 RS but it's sporting some interesting modifications. In fact, it looks more like a race car than a street car.captured a very interesting Porsche 911 prototype testing at Monza in Italy, and we're all sorts of intrigued. It looks like it's based off
The bodyshell of this car seems to come straight from the GT2 RS—this prototype has the same giant air intakes, flared fenders, front wheel-arch vents, and rear diffuser as the GT2 RS. This car has a much bigger rear wing than the GT2 RS, though. To our eyes, it looks like the same unit used on the 911 GT3 Cup. This prototype also has dive-planes at the front, and it looks like it's wearing slick tires. Plus, if you manage to catch a glimpse of the interior, there's a full roll cage.
The hood on this prototype is quite different than that of the GT2 RS too. While the RS has two small-ish NACA ducts on the hood for brake cooling, this car has a much larger center opening, flanked by two smaller openings on either side.
Some YouTube commenters noticed high-pitched "whirring" sound under braking, which seems to point to this car having some sort of kinetic energy recovery system. Check out under braking at Monza for comparison.
We've seen this car , and we've got some idea of what this car is made up of, but we don't know what Porsche intends with it. It's certainly more race car than road car, but we're not sure what series it'd be eligible for. If you've got an idea, let us know in the comments below.