Can we add this Spa Francochamps time? It was a productions lap record until Mclaren broke it. I believe it's the same specifications as the current Nurburguring productions lap record holder!
Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991) specs
|Price in Europe||€285,220 - €314,970|
|Curb weight||1470-1621 kg (3241-3574 lbs)|
|Gas mileage||56.8-9.8 l/100 km (4-24 mpg US / 5-29 mpg UK)|
|Insurance group||50 / 50|
|0 - 30 mph||1.2 s|
|0 - 40 mph||1.6 s|
|0 - 50 mph||2.1 s|
|0 - 60 mph||2.6 s|
|0 - 70 mph||3.2 s|
|0 - 80 mph||3.9 s|
|0 - 90 mph||4.6 s|
|0 - 100 mph||5.5 s|
|0 - 110 mph||6.7 s|
|0 - 120 mph||7.8 s|
|0 - 130 mph||9.1 s|
|0 - 140 mph||10.7 s|
|0 - 150 mph||11.8 s|
|Est. 1/8 mile||7.0 s @ 113.7 mph|
|1/4 mile||10.1 s @ 137.9 mph|
|1/2 mile||16.2 s|
|0 - 40 kph||1.1 s|
|0 - 50 kph||1.2 s|
|0 - 60 kph||1.3 s|
|0 - 80 kph||2.3 s|
|0 - 100 kph||2.6 s|
|0 - 120 kph||3.8 s|
|0 - 130 kph||3.8 s|
|0 - 140 kph||4.7 s|
|0 - 160 kph||5.4 s|
|0 - 180 kph||6.7 s|
|0 - 200 kph||7.9 s|
|0 - 220 kph||9.9 s|
|0 - 240 kph||12.0 s|
|0 - 250 kph||13.0 s|
|0 - 260 kph||14.8 s|
|0 - 280 kph||18.4 s|
|0 - 300 kph||22.9 s|
|1000 m||18.6 s @ 281.0 kph|
|Top speed||342 kph (213 mph)|
|Est. 0 - 100 mph - 0||9.6 s @ 699 ft|
|Est. max acceleration||1.08 g (11 m/s²)|
|18m slalom||76.5 kph (47.5 mph)|
|36m slalom||151.0 kph (93.8 mph)|
|Lateral acceleration||1.17 g (11 m/s²)|
|Engine type||twin-turbocharged flat-6|
|Displacement||3.8 l (232 ci)|
|Power||700 ps (690 bhp / 515 kw) @ 7000 rpm|
|Torque||750 Nm (553 lb-ft) @ 2500 rpm|
|Power / liter||184 ps (182 hp)|
|Power / weight||462 ps (456 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||495 Nm (365 lb-ft) / t|
|Efficiency||28 PS per l/100 km|
|Power / €5000||12 ps|
|Transmission||7 speed dual clutch automatic (PDK)|
|Layout||rear engine, rear wheel drive|
|50 kph - 0||8 m (25 ft)|
|100 kph - 0||31 m (101 ft)|
|130 kph - 0||55 m (180 ft)|
|200 kph - 0||114 m (375 ft)|
|300 kph - 0||243 m (796 ft)|
|60 mph - 0||27 m (87 ft)|
|70 mph - 0||44 m (144 ft)|
|60 - 100 kph (4)||2.7 s|
|60 - 100 kph (5)||3.8 s|
|80 - 120 kph (5)||3.2 s|
|80 - 120 kph (6)||4.2 s|
|80 - 120 kph (7)||5.6 s|
|70 - 90 kph||2.0 s|
|70 - 120 kph||3.1 s|
|70 - 140 kph||4.0 s|
|80 - 120 kph||1.5 s|
|Est. 100 - 140 kph||2.0 s|
|100 - 200 kph||5.2 s|
|Est. 200 - 300 kph||14.8 s|
|Noise @ idle||63 dB|
|Noise @ 80 kph||77 dB|
|Noise @ 100 kph||80 dB|
|Noise @ 130 kph||81 dB|
|Noise @ 160 kph||85 dB|
|Noise @ 180 kph||86 dB|
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hostboy 2m ago
I logged these specifications into the MotorSim 2 app:
700 PS (@ 7000 RPM)
1470 kg (+100 kg, automated)
3.96 final gear
99% transmission efficiency
0.350 Cx ▪︎ 2.14 m2
1.00 + 0.10v + 0.010v^2
61% weight over drive wheels
2.46 static friction coefficient
0.70 kinetic friction coefficient
TCS Levels 9 and 10
265/30/20 (F) & 325/30/21 (R)
13 kg tires (f) & 26 kg tires (r)
13 kg rims (f) & 26 kg rims (r)
Shift time of 260ms
Gear ratios: 3.91, 2.29, 1.58, 1.18, 0.94 0.79, 0.67
Top speed: 363.38 km/h (225.79 mph)
Acceleration times, street surface:
0-100 km/h: 2.92 s
0-200 km/h: 8.17 s
(0-400 m: 10.36 s @ 225.52 km/h)
0-250 km/h: 12.60 s
0-300 km/h: 19.86 s
0-350 km/h: 43.11 s
Acceleration times, dragstrip with 1' (12"/0.3m) rollout:
0-100 km/h: 2.49 s
0-200 km/h: 7.55 s
(0-400 m: 10.00 s @ 228.88 km/h)
0-250 km/h: 11.95 s
0-300 km/h: 19.21 s
0-350 km/h: 42.46 s
Furry Lambchop 4m ago
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ChironSS 4m ago
Mercedes-Benz and AMG give their "congratulations" to Porsche!
Lambolover 4m ago
SpeedKing 4m ago
@admin well apparently Manthey Racing now has Porsche's approval for OEM status so the latest GT2RS MR lap time at the Nurb of 6:38.84(20.6km) or 6:43.3(20.8km) is recognised as the new record. What do you think?
SpeedKing 4m ago
Porsche have gone even faster at the Nurb GT2 RS MR 20.6km 6:38.84...
Anonymous 4m ago
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765-BBLT 6m ago
GT2 RS vs 720S
Real World Testing, No magazines, No journalists, No bullshit
ammar 6m ago
Corvolet3 10m ago
GT2 more like: cheating through
Lovetodrive 10m ago
NCM Motorsports Park Grand Full Course: 2:03,75 min
Driver: Andy Pilgrim
SgtKanyo 10m ago
Can you put on the production car's lap record at the Nordschleife?
I don't care how a company can tune your car and then you go faster on the track. I want to know what the production car does. If you want to keep displaying 6:40 then create a GT2 RS MR site.
SpeedKing 11m ago
For all the fanboys crapping on about lap times and how fast their dream car is here's a GT2RS MR on both Cup2 and Cup2R's at Monza same driver, same day.
Laptime CUP 2 R: 1:55.4
Laptime CUP 2 N2: 1:57.45
Tommyvercetty 11m ago
The Nürburgring lap is pretty fake in my opinion because an Aston Martin Vulcan has done 0.7 seconds worse with 120 more horsepower and 400 kg less of weight.
It was probably hardly tuned
Corvolet3 1y ago
I wonder what's the most viewed car here.
ammar 1y ago
992 turbo s vs 991 gt2 rs
dante 1y ago
5 years in, damages from the VW emissions cheating scandal are still rolling in
Five years in, the Volkswagen emissions-cheating scandal is looking like one of the costliest business scandals ever. Another former top Volkswagen executive went on trial recently, just over five years after the scandal broke—and it’s still nowhere near over.
For anyone who doubts the destructive power of poor leadership and a diseased corporate culture, the VW saga is a sobering lesson. Leadership and culture aren’t “soft” factors. In this case, they represent lives ruined and hard-won billions of dollars lost.
If you’ve forgotten the details, Volkswagen admitted in September 2015 that it had installed “defeat devices” in millions of its diesel-powered cars. Software detected when cars were being tested for compliance with emissions rules; the software then adjusted the engines so that they passed. But in normal use, the engines emitted far more pollution, including up to 40 times more nitrogen oxide, which contributes to asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema.
It had all been going on for years. Many employees and executives—to this day no one knows how many—knew exactly what they were doing and why. Here’s a summary of the damage so far:
Damage to the business: Days after the scandal broke, VW booked a $7.3 billion charge to earnings in anticipation of fines, litigation costs, and other payouts. That was optimistic. To date the company has booked $35 billion of charges to earnings, offering little reason to suppose that’s the final number.
Damage to shareholders: It’s impossible to calculate precisely, but in the scandal’s first two months the company lost 46% of its value, or $42.5 billion. Today Germany’s DAX index is about where it was in September 2015, and the S&P 500 is up 68%, but VW stock is still 35% below its pre-scandal price.
Damage to dealers: VW paid its U.S. dealers $1.2 billion to compensate them for losses, but their total losses have not been calculated, and losses to thousands of dealerships worldwide are unknown.
Damage to reputation: The value of the VW brand plunged after the scandal. The brand has recovered some of its lost ground in BrandFinance’s annual ranking, but not all of it. Pre-scandal it was the world’s 18th most valuable brand; five years later it’s 25th.
Damage to employees: VW announced in 2016 it would eliminate 30,000 jobs worldwide as it overhauled operations in the wake of the scandal.
Damage to brand Germany: This is incalculable, but VW is Germany’s largest company, and engineering is Germany’s pride, the heart of the country’s business brand. VW couldn’t get its diesel engine emissions to be acceptably low, so it installed software to conceal its failed engineering. Humiliating.
Much additional damage remains to be determined. For example, not until this past May did a German court rule that Volkswagen owners in Germany are entitled to damages from the scandal.
How much longer can the effects of the scandal linger? Last month, five years to the day after CEO Martin Winterkorn resigned abruptly, German prosecutors announced scandal-related charges against eight more VW employees. The trial that just commenced, of VW executive Rupert Stadler, is scheduled to last until 2022. The trial of Winterkorn, on charges of fraud and market manipulation, hasn’t even been scheduled yet.
before a chimney there was this :)
dante 1y ago
typical vw junk :)
dante 1y ago
dante 1y ago
it just keeps getting better and better :)
dante 1y ago
more bad news :)
VW has shelled out more than $9.5 billion to car buyers it deceived in its Dieselgate scandal
dante 1y ago
aaayy 1y ago
Well then, this comment section went straight to hell.
Cauf40f50 1y ago
Holy god why have i done i started an war
benedekpuskas 2y ago
There are lap times in the video but the GT2RS is the MR.
DoesItEvenMatter? 2y ago
Why is the Manthey Racing tuned version Nordschleife lap time is listed instead of the stock one?
dr. cosimo 2y ago
HighGear 2y ago
This could easily outperform most street cars on most tracks, the grip is just amazing.