Porsche and its 911 GT2 RS have held the fastest record
PORSCHE and its 911 GT2 RS have held the fastest record in the race for almost 2 years. That's enough time to make this model become the sought-after target of giant car collectors around the world. With a time of 6 minutes and 40.3 seconds, it's 7 seconds quicker than the standard GT2 RS. It is also quicker than the Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Jota (6 minutes and 44.97 seconds). The GT2 RS is the tallest version of the legendary 911 and also the most powerful 911 ever sold to the public, PROVING THAT RECORDS, LIKE GLASS IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN.
Based in the UK, Topaz Detailling is a car care company known for taking care of and detailing the famous super products in the world. And this is the place that gave the Porsche 911 GT2 RS a completely new look, different from the original car.
"When this car came to us it was GT Silver with red Alcantara interior and champagne wheels. We permanently resprayed this car in house to Verde British Racing, fitted a completely bespoke Cuoio leather interior, painted the callipers Ferrari Bronzo and the wheels in body colour," said the Topaz team on their Gram.
The Verde British Racing is a color often used on British racing cars over the last century and remains a great color choice today for super cars. Details such as the roof of the car and the hood are painted in combination with the details to keep the beauty of the Weissach Package.
The interior has also been completely redesigned with a new leather style. The new interior compartment is equipped with upscale, Cuoio personalized leather. In addition, all the details like the air conditioning port, the instrument panel, and the others have been replaced with full cowhide color to match the interior compartment with a luxurious style.
All Alcantara parts have been removed, instead, the interior compartment is completely covered with leather and mixed with two tones of cowhide and mossy British Racing Green inspired by the exterior. Even the key of this 911 GT2 RS has been covered with cowhide instead of the paint normally seen on regular Porsche keys. In addition, some interior compartments are also covered with carbon, which adds a somewhat sporty feel, but is still a big difference compared to the previous interior compartment.
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