Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is on hold with a Porsche dealer trying to see how much he can get in trade for a 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
With only 500 such models slated to be made, he probably won’t get much – and when he pleads, “But my steed destroys human souls!”, the dealer will reply, “Ours does, too…”
The 3,020-pound GT2 RS gets 620 twin-turbocharged horses from its 3.6-liter engine, making it the most powerful Porsche you can legally put on the roads. That’s 90 more horses pushing 154 pounds less weight than in the previous version, and it gets five percent better fuel economy. Ground control is handled with tires specifically created for the car, carrying it from zero to sixty miles per hour in 3.4 seconds. On the one hand, that’s 0.3 slower than the Porsche Turbo S; on the other, there’s a 205 mph top speed and a 7:18 ‘Ring time.
Note too the matte carbon fiber bodywork and the black and red Alcantara interior. It’ll go on proper show in Moscow later this year, and it’ll run $245,000 when deliveries begin in October. Follow the jump for the release, and be on the lookout for three horsemen and a water-cooled boxer.