As per reports, the much awaited 2014 Porsche 911 GT2 has been seen at the Nurburgring for the first time.
The newest edition of the vehicle made its global debut on the2010 Moscow Automobile Show and had a restricted output run of 500 vehicle units.
The vehicle is likely to accompany the custom of the GT2 series by acquiring the engine from the subsisting 911 Turbo S however in an advanced state of tune.
This entails it will boast a double-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-6 cylinder engine, which is expected to manufacture above 560PS plus 700Nm of torque.
It is undecided if the GT2 will follow the conservative 6-speed manual transmission or choose the innovative 7-speed double-clutch PDK component detected on the Turbo S.
The 2014 GT2 though is expected to obtain superior technologies such as the 4-wheel steering along with engine stop-start expertise.
Like the departing GT2 the novel option is also likely to obtain only the naked essentials in terms of comfort traits but will be heavy on performance increasing characteristics such as racing bucket seats and a balance improving roll cage.
The performance packed edition from the 911 kin is likely to make its debut at the highly anticipated 2014 Geneva Motor Show by Match 2014. The infamous RS edition of the already pumped up GT2 is also planned for the year 2015 and is projected to do better than the subsisting 620PS GT2 RS.
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