This car would be the best street-oriented version of the 911.
Porsche 911 R
Owners with a bad reputation may find themselves out of luck.
Could this be a 911 R successor?
Prices of low-volume sports cars have a tendency to skyrocket, especially when they're as lauded as the new Porsche 911 R. Prices for the so-called purist's Porsche should surprise no one.
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Porsche has been spotted testing a new 911 R, a different take on the GT3 aimed specifically at driving purists with no turbochargers, paddle shifters, or wide sticky tires. Just the unadulterated rear-engine experience.
Porsche may resurrect the R badge for a limited-edition, manual-trans 911 with a manual gearbox, around 500 hp, and stealthy, unassuming styling.