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- 911 GT3 RS
What is it like on the inside?
Drop into the standard carbon bucket seats (less aggressive ‘Sports Seats Plus’ are a no cost option) and it’s all familiar 911 staring back at you. Sorry sadists, the infotainment screen and air-con can’t be deleted – modern electronics means it’s too intrinsically woven into the fabric of the car to rip out. We’re not complaining. The major difference is the modified steering wheel in front of you with the four new dials mentioned earlier, each changing their function depending on which mode you’re trying to adjust, which is reflected in the display in front of you.
The basics are black leather, black Race-Tex and carbon-fibre weave, although you can jazz things up with red inserts for the seats and door cards. The Clubsport package is a no-cost option and adds a steel roll cage, fire extinguisher and six-point harnesses. On top of that the Weissach pack, available for considerably more, can be spotted by the exposed carbon on the rear wing, mirrors, front hood and roof, while there are front and rear anti-roll bars and the roll cage itself can be ordered in carbon. If your pockets are deep enough, do it – it looks magnificent.